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Amajita, jou lekker ding!
While the South African national Under-20 squad failed to make the final of the African Youth Championship, they have won the hearts and minds of their countrymen.
Serame Letsoaka's boys did the country proud when they accounted for African giants Ivory Coast and Nigeria en route to qualifying for the World Youth Championships to be held in Egypt in September.
Tomorrow they play for bronze when they again square up to Nigeria after both lost their semifinals against Ghana and Cameroon respectively.
The African Soccer Television show was in the thick of things and will bring highlights from the tourney on SABC1 Sport's Laduma programme on Sunday. Kickoff is at 2.30pm.
This week the highlights take a look at the CAF Youth Championships' Group A - Rwanda's 2-1 win over Mali - and the Group B game that saw Egypt conquer Amajita 2-1.
The spotlight on Gauteng's preparations for the Confederations Cup and World Cup continues and this week ASTV talks to Premier Paul Mashatile.
Highlights from the 2009 Swaziland League will also be offered with centre stage going to Mbabane Swallows' goalless draw against XI Men in Flight.
And to round off the show some moments of the celebrations around South Africa on the 500 days countdown to the 2010 World Cup will also be screened. ASTV will continue to promote the slogan, "2010. Yes we can."