World Cup 2010: Rooting for South Africa in New York

Friday, June 11, 2010

Takeaway correspondent Femi Oke spends the morning at the South African restaurant, Madiba, in Brooklyn, New York, where owners and patrons are preparing for the biggest South African World Cup party in the city. Restaurant owner, Mark Hanegan says there are already 120 breakfast reservations from South Africa fans, coming to eat the home-style food and watch the game. Femi checks in with enthusiastic soccer fans at the bar, like Tiffani Knowles, who was the first to arrive at the restaurant this morning.

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Getting ready for the World Cup at Madiba Restaurant in Brooklyn
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Getting ready for the World Cup at Madiba Restaurant in Brooklyn
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Madiba Owner Mark Hanegan
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A couple of soccer fans get ready for the big match.
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Femi Oke/ The Takeaway
Another World Cup fan.
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Guests:

Mark Hanegan and Femi Oke

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