• Friday May 31, 2013

    Sexwale presents Mandela gift to Webb

    PORT LOUIS, Mauritius -- (ABOVE) South Africa's current Minister of Human Settlements and representative of the Mandela Foundation, Tokyo Sexwale (left), presents a book signed by Nelson Mandela to FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF President, Jeffrey Webb, at the 63rd FIFA Congress in Mauritius on May 31, 2013. Webb chairs FIFA's Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force.

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