Over the years, the Buskuid Soweto String Ensemble and Project has grown and has provided expert tuition to more than 125 youths in Diepkloof.
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Stephen speaks to Retired Lieutenant Colonel Martin Rupiya .
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Stephen spoke to Dr Lawrence Konyana to find out if there is legislation around transportation to carry dead bodies.