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Family inspired by Mandela's example of forgiveness

13 December 2013 Last updated at 05:16 GMT

South African Tshepo Ncholo was killed during a botched carjacking in 2003.

During the subsequent trial it emerged that his murderer was a high school drop-out whose parents were dying of HIV.

Tshepo's older brothers took pity on the man and, inspired by their religious beliefs and the example of Nelson Mandela, they decided to help their brother's killer and his family.

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