Kings, presidents to watch WCup final in SAfrica

An official with South Africa’s foreign ministry says Zimbabwean

President Robert Mugabe is among 14 heads of state who will attend

Sunday’s World Cup final at Soccer City.

Saul Molobi says leaders from Kenya, Swaziland and Burundi will

also be joining tens of thousands of fans at the match. Lesotho’s

King Letsie and King Mswati of Swaziland will also be in the

stands.

The Netherlands will face either Germany or Spain in Sunday’s

final.

A white-rights group, AfriForum, protested against Mugabe’s

planned attendance.

International human rights groups have for years criticized

Mugabe for his dismal human rights record.