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Sleepless nights in South Africa's 'Village of Death'


In a remote corner of South Africa, eleven people have been murdered in one year with one killed a month, with clockwork regularity. The village has earned itself the disturbing nickname of "Village of Death". Those living here reflect on how it has impacted them and community authorities question what is behind the killings.

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