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World Debate: Gay Rights in Africa Part 5

Gay people on the African continent face persecution, imprisonment and even death.

'Corrective rapes' continue to be inflicted on lesbians in South Africa's black townships. In Uganda, lawmakers are promoting a new Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

In this debate we bring together gay rights activists and conservative religious groups to ask 'Is Homosexuality un-African?'

Recorded in Johannesburg, South Africa on 5 March 2011

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