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‘Ali’ bow aids fund

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Boxing biopic “Ali,” starring Oscar-nommed Will Smith, raised R1.2 million ($103,520) for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund at pic’s premiere in Johannesburg earlier this month.

Former President Nelson Mandela was the guest of honor at the premiere, which was also attended by Smith, director Michael Mann and executive producer Howard Bingham.

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