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Montrealer performs at Nelson Mandela memorial

South Africans and leaders from around the world gathered in Johannesburg for Nelson Mandela's memorial service this morning. Montreal singer Lorraine Klassen was one of the performers there. She joined Homerun's Sue Smith live from Johannesburg.

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