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SA probably won’t be able to host British and Irish Lions rugby tour

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Harry Ellis of the Lions during The British and Irish Lions Tour on July 2009 in Johannesburg. Picture: Gallo Image/File
Harry Ellis of the Lions during The British and Irish Lions Tour on July 2009 in Johannesburg. Picture: Gallo Image/File

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While the final decision on what to do about the iconic and money-spinning tour by the team made up of the four home unions (England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland) will only be made at the end of next month, City Press understands that South Africa’s Covid-19 situation has already all but disqualified it from hosting this year.

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