In 2010, South Africa hosted the FIFA World CupTM, with local and international media declaring it a major success. Cape Town, played a major part of this success, hosting 7 matches which included one semi-final. In 1997, Cape Town also bid for the 2004 Olympic Games which were awarded to the city of Athens. As we look to the future, the question of bidding for the Olympic Games is once again up for discussion. We take a closer look at where Cape Town is headed and what it needs to think about to benefit from mega-events.
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EPISODE 1: Capital of Design
EPISODE 2: A museum for Africa
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