Welfare fears for children on Zimbabwe-South Africa border

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Nearly 200 children are in the care of welfare agencies on the Zimbabwe/South Africa border amid fears that if unsupervised, they could fall prey to traffickers during the football World Cup.

Although many youngsters cross over into South Africa in search of economic riches, many admit that the lure of football's most prestigious event has given them an extra incentive to come.

Karen Allen reports.

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