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South Africa 'must clean up'

A year after South Africa found itself in the grips of anti-foreigner violence and there are warnings that the underlying tensions persist. More than 60 people died and tens of thousands were displaced as a wave of xenophobic attacks swept through the country.

Now with a new President, Jacob Zuma, and plans to host next year's football world cup underway, South Africa is under pressure to clean up its act.

Karen Allen reports.


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