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Is Ponte City back in vogue?

When Johannesburg's Ponte City was built in 1975 it provided luxury accommodation for some of South Africa's elite.

Over time it turned into a slum falling becoming known for prostitution, poverty and drugs.

But now the largest residential tower in Africa is enjoying a renaissance.

BBC Travel Show's Lucy Hedges finds out more.

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