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Platform One cruise on 30 years later, with more love from abroad

Feel-good music group bemoans bad treatment in SA

It was in 1992 at Pimville Square in Soweto when then teenagers Nani Tengo, Sonto Dladla and Neli Gwala, dressed in their Zulu maiden garb, danced while some passers-by looked on and others joined in with their own versions of the Zulu traditional dance.

The joyous scenes jump between the trio's dancing at the shopping centre and the wedding party at Wandie's, a popular restaurant in Dube, where a newlywed couple is celebrating its union with song and dance...

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