Mthethwa: Don’t get carried away – still no fans in stadiums

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If the comments of Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa are anything to go by, the return of fans to the stadiums will not happen anytime soon. Picture: File
If the comments of Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa are anything to go by, the return of fans to the stadiums will not happen anytime soon. Picture: File

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This month marks a year since fans were barred from live sporting events following the outbreak of Covid-19. Since then, all matches have been played behind closed doors.

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