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SOUTH AFRICA: MORE THAN 80 PEOPLE IN COURT FOR RAPING EIGHT WOMEN

More than 80 people are appearing in court is South Africa for gang raping eight women.

 Police have said the suspects – most of whom are illegal miners are being charged, among others illegal mining, attempted murder, possession of explosives, contravening immigrations laws and are also linked to the gang rape of eight women who were part of a crew filming a music video.

ANTI-RAPE PROTESTERS

That incident occurred on Thursday in Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg.

The group of 12 women and 10 men said they were attacked while filming a music video at a mine dump.

The eight women who were gang raped were aged between 19 and 37.

One of the victims who spoke to a local newspaper alleged that the group of illegal miners, wearing blankets and masks, approached them and fired gunshots in the air.

The victim said one of the elderly suspects then ordered the younger boys to rape the women before robbing them of their belongings.

The incident has shocked South Africa and has sparked renewed calls for chemical castration of convicted rapists.

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