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Tackling violence against women in South Africa

By Laura Angela Bagnetto

In a small town in South Africa outside Johannesburg, it's estimated that violence against women is twice as bad as in the rest of the country. And that's where a group of lawyers decided to go and work to try to do something about the situation. RFI's Laura Angela Bagnetto has more.

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