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Don't doubt a bid. The current SA focus is on the local government elections tomorrow. Once that's dusted, the focus will be back on the Olympics. Durban city officials have been hosting a number of b2b sessions engaging the commercial sector in the city on the reasons for the city wanting to bid and have said its now up to National government to approve and make the announcement, which I have been told, will happen right after the IOC event in the city. From Durban's side all is ago and much other planning is taking place on sinking railways and other things to open space. We just need that "yebo" from the Prez's pad

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Don't doubt a bid. The current SA focus is on the local government elections tomorrow. Once that's dusted, the focus will be back on the Olympics. Durban city officials have been hosting a number of b2b sessions engaging the commercial sector in the city on the reasons for the city wanting to bid and have said its now up to National government to approve and make the announcement, which I have been told, will happen right after the IOC event in the city. From Durban's side all is ago and much other planning is taking place on sinking railways and other things to open space. We just need that "yebo" from the Prez's pad

And out of deference to the IOC's rules, you shouldn't jump the gun before the September deadline. All interested parties know what's happening...but one should still play by the "superficial" rules so that the other cities can't cry fowl.

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whats the economical situation of SA after world cup? finances balance? gdp and growth? tourist income and visitor number? wonder if World cup really work for the country or just f..kd up like greece after the olympics.?

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