FIFA has made a bold move by predicting a historic World Cup for South Africa.

The World Cup, which will be held in the same stadium as the 1994 Olympics in Seoul, is expected to be a massive success for the country, which has been plagued by corruption scandals and poverty.

But as it is the last of the three major tournaments, it is also expected to have a significant impact on the country’s economy.

In addition to the World Cup the country will host the 2020 Asian Games and the 2022 World Cup in Russia.

This will be the first time that the South African football team has qualified for the World Championship.

The South African Football Association has also said it will use the World Championships to raise funds to help with the health and welfare of the people of South Africa.

“This is a huge opportunity for South Africans, for footballers, for South African athletes and we look forward to the exciting games that we can have,” South African Soccer Association President Bongani Thiam told the Associated Press news agency.

South Africa will be without the likes of the legendary Roger Federer and world number two Novak Djokovic for the upcoming tournament, but it is expected the team will be able to get a good showing.

“The world champions will come from Brazil, Australia and Russia,” South Africa’s soccer federation said in a statement.

“We believe that a strong team, with an experienced core, will provide a great test for the world champions.”

While there are doubts over whether the South Africans can compete with the best in the world, the country is still expected to perform better than it has at any other tournament in the tournament’s history.

The 2022 World Championship is being staged in the city of Osaka, Japan.

South Africans will be playing in a stadium that is not quite as big as the one used in the 1994 World Cup.

The stadium will be located in a suburb of Seoul and is about 200 metres from the Seoul Metro station.

“It will be a huge stadium,” said sports expert John Furlong of the South Africa Institute of Sport.

“But we are going to be playing at the back of the pack in terms of seating capacity.”

In addition, the World Cups will be played at a venue with a capacity of about 6,000.

The cost of hosting the tournament has been estimated at between $500 million and $1 billion.

But the South Afrikaans government has said it is not ready to spend the cash and is instead looking at making the tournament a major economic boost for the nation.

South African President Jacob Zuma said he was confident the country would get the best out of the tournament and that he would welcome a bid from Japan, South Korea and Australia.

“I am confident that we will come out in the right way and we will have a really good World Cup,” he told a news conference.

“So I am confident we will be successful and we’ll get the right result for South AFRICA.”FIFA president Sepp Blatter has also suggested South Africa could take advantage of the World T20 in India.

“In India, if we can come out with a World Cup we can put together an excellent World T19 tournament,” he said.

“If we can bring a World T10, World T7 or World T6 tournament to South Africa then we can do some really good business.”

Let’s go and have the World Series.””

We’ll see how the games are played, but we will see how South Africa performs.