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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The sentence in South Africa for the rape of a nine-month old girl named "Tshepang" reported.
(Capetown: Martin Seemungal) The problem of child rape in South Africa due to the belief that AIDS can be cured via sex with a child featured; scenes shown from Capetown. [Pediatric surgeon Dr. Heinz RODE- says it was a painful injury.] [Policeman Daniel SONO- says the rapist thought he could cure his HIV/AIDS.]
- Seemungal, Martin;
- Vargas, Elizabeth
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