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South Africa School Protest: Violent protests over school's language policy

Authorities in South Africa are trying to prevent a stand off at a school in South Africa from getting out of hand. The school north of Johannesburg caters mainly to the white, Afrikaans-speaking minority, but black parents want it to be more inclusive. Philip Owira reports on the violence, and threats to burn down the facility.

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