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SOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA MAY 3: Unidentified drivers for Kupane funeral undertakers is taking a break after driving to about ten funerals in one day on May 3, 2003 outside Avalon Cemetery Soweto, South Africa. Avalon is one of the biggest cemeteries in the country, and there are about 150 funerals every Saturday, many related to deaths form HIV-Aids. South Africa has seen a big increase in funerals since the HIV-Aids epidemic has grown. The undertaker businesses are one of the quickest growing businesses in the country. HIV-Aids affects many people in South Africa, but many still have problems to talk about it. South Africa has one of the highest aids infection rates in the world and its estimated that about six hundred people die each day..Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson/iAfrika Photos.....
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