Words you will hear today: Secret Weapon (Rugby World Cup 2023)

On Tuesday, World Rugby and Rugby World Cup Limited Chairman Bill Beaumont announced South Africa as one of three preferred candidates to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023.

This recommendation will now be put to a vote of the World Rugby Council on 15 November.

The three countries competing to host the event are South Africa, Ireland and France.

READ: Why South Africa is leading the 3-way race to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023

Khabazela (702 producer Jonathan Fairbairn) asks, what secret weapon does South Africa have to convince Rugby World Cup judges that its the ideal host for the 2023 tournament?

France has the Eiffel Tower and champagne. Ireland has Guinness and you can go and have as many potatoes as you want.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

What is that one secret weapon that we have that could convince those judges when it comes time to voting? Last time we pulled out Madiba, we have good weather. We do have Agliotti, Mazozotti and the Gupta's, they can get anything done...

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

Some of your own suggestions varied, from the exchange rate to tenders from the President.

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