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World Cup 101 in South Africa and A Unique Swaziland Teaching Project

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World Cup Logo=================While most Americans are caught up in the basketball finals between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers, the rest of the world is focused on South Africa. The South Africans are hosting the month long WORLD CUP football/soccer Championship games...and I have become a new found convert. The game, the people, and the countries represent the biggest display of multiculturalism, teamwork, and national talent on the planet. We'll explain the rules of the game and highlight the 32 teams aiming to capture the gold World Cup on July 11th. Ecuador-born Robert Anderson will give us the perspective of a fan, and we'll put our own spin on the game.==========Photobucket==========Then we'll take you next door to Swaziland where a unique educational project is making the difference in the children of that country...in what they eat and how they learn. The project is supported by the Bantwana Initiative for Orphans and Vulnerable Children.

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