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Anthonij Rupert, the 49-year-old youngest son of Dr Anton Rupert, from one of the leading South African wine dynasties, has been killed in a motorcar accident near his home in the Franschhoek Valley. He was travelling alone in his car during a storm on Saturday night when he crashed and was killed. Police found his BMW 740i overturned, but the circumstances surrounding the accident are still unclear.


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