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Topic - South Africa'S Government
Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela spent a 12th day in a South African hospital after being diagnosed with a lung infection and undergoing gallstone surgery.
South Africa spent just over $3 billion on the 2010 World Cup, the first held in Africa.
South African police stepped in to take over security at four World Cup venues Tuesday after new strikes by stewards, including a walkout hours before Brazil's first match of the tournament.
Annabel Hughes was the executive director of the Washington-based Zimbabwe Democracy Trust. Banned from returning to Zimbabwe, she is currently writing a memoir about her experiences fighting for her country's freedom. She recently spoke with The Washington Times about South Africa's land reform.