"I don't think the world has ever asked one country to take responsibility for what happens in another country. Every country's responsibility is to safeguard the event in their country so South Africa is nothing to do with the deployment of the forces in Angola. ... When there was a bomb in London no one said we should not have 2012 in London, so we cannot have double standards."
-- Danny Jordaan, the Chief Executive Officer of South Africa World Cup, says the attack on Togo's team bus at the Africa Cup of Nations does not reflect on South Africa's ability
to host a safe tournament this summer. (BBC)