It's been a year since the World Cup in South Africa kicked-off and Sky Sports News HD have returned to the Rainbow Nation to see what impact the tournament had on the country.
Did the South African FA make full use of the economic impact a FIFA World Cup could bring to a developing nation?
How did the business community with the benefit of hindsight view last year's event?
We also find out that the vuvuzela, which brought a unique atmosphere to world cup matches, is no longer being manufactured.
We've also been back to England's base in South Africa, the Royal Bafokeng Nation. This tiny region, with a population of just over 100,000, also welcomed thousands of England fans, with many small businesses posting record profits.
Despite Fabio Capello's men being knocked out of the World Cup early, their presence has put the area on the map. The training base where England stayed only opened days before the squad arrived, but has since welcomed Super Rugby team The Sharks, the Springboks.
The South African football national team, Bafana Bafana now use the facility once a month for camps - all because England first went there.
We'll also look at the effect the World Cup had on domestic and grassroots football. The South African season has just finished and Sky Sports News HD visits the Kaizer Chiefs, one of the country's most successful clubs, we've also been lower down the football pyramid to see the Soweto Panthers. Did the World Cup help them?
Tune into Sky Sports News HD on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the first anniversary of the first World Cup on African soil, to see Geraint Hughes' three reports on the legacy it left behind.