'It's a privilege' - Meet the doctor who will represent SA at FIFA World Cup

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SAFA Chief Medical Officer Dr Thulani Ngwenya (Gallo Images)
SAFA Chief Medical Officer Dr Thulani Ngwenya (Gallo Images)

The advice Dr Thulani Ngwenya received from his father has remained with him throughout his career, and propelled SAFA's chief medical officer to play a key role at the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup, writes Tashreeq Vardien.

Millions of people worldwide will set their gaze on the Middle East this November and December, backing their compatriots at the world's biggest football showpiece.

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