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Ex-South African president issues denial in 2010 bid scandal

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CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Former South African President Thabo Mbeki denied his government paid bribes to secure the 2010 World Cup as the bid scandal began to encroach on the very top of the country's leadership on Monday.

"I wish to state that the government that I had the privilege to lead would never have paid any bribe even if it were solicited," Mbeki said in a statement from his office.

Mbeki was president at the time of South Africa's successful bid in 2004.

His denial came as South African...

South Africa, Zambia and Ghana fail to live up to expectations in COSAFA Cup

Ephraim Mashaba's South Africa were expected to contend for COSAFA Cup but selection issues led to an early exit.

After seeing three headline teams in South Africa, Zambia and Ghana lose in the COSAFA Cup quarterfinal, there were excuses abound postmatch. All three teams insisted they had played well despite being knocked out after only one appearance in the competition's main draw.

The three national teams will now compete in a plate competition, a subsidiary to the cup created for exactly this reason. The plate round ensures that teams who have byes in earlier rounds but suffer shock defeats will make more...

 By PA Sport

Former Blackburn striker Benni McCarthy robbed at gunpoint

Benni McCarthy Blackburn 2008
Benni McCarthy made 82 league starts for Blackburn.

Former Blackburn striker Benni McCarthy has been robbed at gunpoint at a barber shop in South Africa.

The ex-South Africa international was targeted in the shop in Johannesburg, where armed men stole jewellery from him, according to his agent.

Percy Adams said one man pointed a gun at McCarthy's face and demanded his watch, earrings and wedding ring.

Adams told Eyewitness News that McCarthy was not hurt and other customers were not targeted in the incident.

"They didn't even touch other people,...

The Lionel Messi of South Africa: Remembering John 'Shoes' Moshoeu

John Moshoeu ended his international career in 2004, but was widely respected.

Former South Africa midfielder John "Shoes" Moshoeu, nicknamed for his dribbling ability, sadly succumbed to stomach cancer on Tuesday night at the age of 49, less than 24 hours after some of his former teammates including Lucas Radebe, Neil Tovey and FA president Danny Jordaan visited him in hospital.

The director of Clive Barker's orchestra and the "Lionel Messi" of Tovey's team in an international career that spanned over a decade between 1993-2004, Moshoeu was a superstar and stalwart at club...

Former South Africa international John 'Shoes' Moshoeu dies

John Moshoeu was nicknamed 'Shoes' for his dribbling ability.

JOHANNESBURG -- The South African Football Association says former international midfielder and African Cup of Nations winner John Moshoeu has died. He was 49.

Moshoeu's agent also announced his death, saying he died in a Johannesburg hospital on Tuesday after "a long but brave battle" with cancer.

Nicknamed "Shoes" because of his dribbling ability, Moshoeu scored four goals for South Africa in its victorious 1996 African Cup campaign. He was also part of the 1998 World Cup squad and played 73 times...