JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's investment
in the World Cup will lead to increased tourism, trade
and more investment after the country's succesful hosting of the
sporting event, President Jacob Zuma said on Monday.
"We are sure that the investment we have made will
contribute to increased tourism, trade and investment. This will
ultimately create new opportunities and bring in the revenue for
us to address social challenges," Zuma told a news conference.
He said South Africa was looking forward to years of
long-term positive interest from people abroad after the
month-long World Cup, which ended on Sunday.
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