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Cameraman Dudley Saunders dies

Veteran cameraman Dudley Saunders died after being hit by a train while filming in Soweto.

Veteran SA cameraman Dudley Saunders died after being hit by a train while filming in Soweto. Picture: Facebook.
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JOHANNESBURG – Veteran South African cameraman Dudley Saunders has died after being hit by a train while filming in Soweto.

Saunders was on assignment for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) at the time of his death on Monday.

During his decades-long career, he worked for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), M-Net and Carte Blanche.

(Edited by Tamsin Wort)

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