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Key of Hope children's choir from South Africa performing across metro Detroit

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A children's choir has come to metro Detroit all the way from Durban, South Africa to raise money for their homes.

South Africa is one of the world's countries that has been hit the hardest by AIDS.

The choir has been performing all over Michigan this week and will continue to perform at locations all across metro Detroit until the beginning of January.

You can find a list of their performances at www.keyofhope.org

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to hear one of the choir's songs from their performance Friday night in Pontiac

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