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S Africa graveyard set to reveal secrets

New evidence prompts reopening of case of two deaths blamed on group linked to anti-apartheid icon Winnie Mandela.
Last Modified: 12 Mar 2013 11:58

South African police are to open a grave in Soweto that they believe contains the bodies of two anti-apartheid activists.
 
Police reopened the case after receiving new information last year.
 
It has been alleged the activists were killed by a group linked to Winnie Mandela, the  ex-wife of former President Nelson Mandela.
 
Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from South Africa.

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