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    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2018

    JOHANNESBURG [url=]Larry
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    President Cyril Ramaphosa will be off to London on Monday where the announcement
    of the Rugby World Cup 2023 host venue will be announced.

    The deputy president will lead South Africa team to the World Rugby Council
    in London, where the announcement is expected on Wednesday.

    President Jacob Zuma has urged the country to rally behind the bid committee
    ahead of the announcement.

    South Africa has been tipped to land the bid to host the tournament, named as
    the ""clear leader"" and ""unanimous"" choice of the Rugby World Cup board to
    host the event.

    The country is competing against France and Ireland which have been rated
    second and third respectively.

    Ramaphosa's spokesperson Tyrone Seale confirmed to Xinhua on Sunday that the
    South Africa team will be led by the deputy president, ""The final decision
    rests with 26 World Rugby Council members who collectively exercise 39 votes and
    among whom a simple majority is required to secure a hosting
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    In May, Jurie Roux, chief executive of SA Rugby, and Ahlangene Cyprian
    Sigcau [url=]David
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    827-page document giving their case for hosting the tournament.

    South Africa last hosted the tournament in 1995, scoring an epic 15-12 extra
    time win against New Zealand in the final at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.

    It is estimated that hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup will inject about R27
    billion into South Africa's economy.