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Weeping South Africans say goodbye to slain captain Meyiwa (Reuters)

A man holds a framed picture of  South African national soccer team goalkeeper and captain, Senzo Meyiwa during his funeral service in Durban November 1, 2014. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

By Siphiwe Sibeko DURBAN (Reuters) - Thousands of weeping South Africans wearing red or black soccer jerseys said farewell to murdered national team goalkeeper and captain Senzo Meyiwa at a packed stadium in the Indian Ocean city of Durban on Saturday. The mood was in part somber, with red-eyed fans sobbing or blowing into tissues as a hearse carrying the 27-year-old's flag-draped coffin drove around the stadium, and at times festive as they blew vuvuzela horns and sang soccer chants. ...


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