South Africa declares public holiday to celebrate Rugby World Cup win

South Africa is still relishing its victory after Saturday's big win at the Rugby World Cup. President Ramaphosa has declared December 15 a public holiday and said that sports could unite a country. We speak to Will Mbiakop, head of the African Sports and Creative Institute about the economic returns sports can bring to the continent, a topic that will be discussed at the OECD forum this week. And finally King Charles III heads to Kenya for a four-day visit. 

South Africa declares public holiday to celebrate Rugby World Cup win
South Africa is still relishing its victory after Saturday's big win at the Rugby World Cup. President Ramaphosa has declared December 15 a public holiday and said that sports could unite a country. We speak to Will Mbiakop, head of the African Sports and Creative Institute about the economic returns sports can bring to the continent, a topic that will be discussed at the OECD forum this week. And finally King Charles III heads to Kenya for a four-day visit. 

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