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Groundbreakers community in Cape Town celebrates Nelson Mandela International Day

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Cape Town (South Africa), 18 July (EFE/EPA) - (Camera: Nic Bothma) South Africa on Saturday celebrated Nelson Mandela International Day, in honour of the hero behind the struggle against apartheid. Each year on this day, people around the world are encouraged to go out into their communities and serve others for 67 minutes, which is one minute for each year that Mandela served the country.FOOTAGE OF THE GROUNDBREAKERS COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM RUN BY THE PETERSEN FAMILY, THE PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES DAILY MEALS FROM THEIR HOME IN OCEAN VIEW, WHICH IS ONE OF THE CITY'S CRIME HOT SPOTS. INCLUDES STATEMENTS BY NADIA PETERSEN, CO-FOUNDER OF THE GROUNDBREAKERS COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM.

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