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Barber Shop Rugby Shrine Unites South Africans

Rugby is virtually a religion in South Africa, especially among the country’s white population. South Africa’s team, the Springboks, have won the sport’s Holy Grail -  the World Cup - twice. Now, ahead of the next tournament in England, starting September 18, an unlikely shrine to rugby is uniting South African sports fans of all colors and creeds Silver-haired and always smiling, Bennie Botes has cut generations of men’s hair in his shop in the working-class Johannesburg suburb of...

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