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2010 Soccer Fans Robbed of Truth about SA Crime

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E-TV footage of a criminal saying he intends to rob foreign tourists when they come for the 2010 world cup raises interesting questions about freedom of the press. Should such footage be censored by the government and the channel forced to disclose its sources?

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