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For years, some parts of central Johannesburg were considered no-go areas with a reputation for crime and violence.

But today those same areas are building a reputation for arts, fashion and culture, becoming quite the place for the South African city's trendy and upwardly mobile.

Our Africa correspondent Andrew Harding reports on the changing face of downtown "Jozi".

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