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Sophiatown commemorates life of anti-apartheid hero MP3

South Africans are marking 100 years since the birth of an unlikely anti-apartheid hero. English clergyman, Trevor Huddleston, bravely fought against racism and the forced removals in the vibrant neighbourhood of Sophiatown in Johannesburg. Bishop Huddleston received the African National Congress's highest honour and his life is being commemorated by Sophiatown's residents. Source: abc.net.au

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