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Young South Africans urged to take on Mandela legacy MP3

Church leaders have held prayers for the former South African leader, Nelson Mandela. The 94-year-old remains in hospital, receiving treatment for a recurrent lung infection. President Jacob Zuma has urged young South Africans to follow Mr Mandela's example and utilise their freedom. Source: abc.net.au

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