South Africa's football world cup has been widely hailed as a success but the debate about its legacy remains live.
FIFA demanded that a parallel system of World Cup courts be set up to deal with crime related to the tournament.
Generally, the courts lay empty, but when they were needed they dispensed quick and efficient justice. Correspondent Jonah Fisher considers whether South Africa's judicial system can learn from its World Cup experience.
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