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Thousands of young South Africans are rallying today to commemorate the fight against apartheid, and to pray for their beloved former leader, Nelson Mandela. President Jacob Zuma has told them Mr Mandela's health is improving but he remains in hospital, more than a week after he was diagnosed with a lung infection. Source: abc.net.au

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