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In pictures: Aids benefit concert
Nelson Mandela
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Nelson Mandela hosted Saturday's 46664 Aids concert - named after his prison number
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More than 30,000 people filled Cape Town's Greenpoint Stadium on Saturday.
Beyonce Knowles
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Beyonce Knowles opened the show with her huge hit Crazy in Love.
Bono sand Beyonce
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Bono and Beyonce - who had visited a maternity unit together before the show - performed a duet on stage.
Eurythmics' Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox
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Eurythmics' Dave Stewart (left) played a major role in conceiving the 46664 campaign.
Youssou N'Dour with Annie Lennox
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Senegalese star Youssou N'Dour performed with Eurythmics' Annie Lennox.
Abdel Wright
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Abdel Wright was one of the singers of Long Walk to Freedom, the song Mr Mandela asked Dave Stewart and Joe Strummer to write.
Peter Gabriel
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Peter Gabriel had tears in his eyes when he performed Biko, about a leader of the black consciousness movement in South Africa..
Soweto Gospel Choir
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Soweto Gospel Choir sang along with many of the stars.
Bono and Nelson Mandela
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Bono and Mr Mandela embraced on stage after Mr Mandela's speech.

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