Fans of pop boy band One Direction attend their concert in Johannesburg, South Africa Saturday, March 28, 2015. (AP Photo)
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Best-selling boy band One Direction bounded onto the stage in Johannesburg Saturday for their first show since fans across the world were plunged into teenage distress over heartthrob Zayn Malik quitting the group.Reports spread of girls threatening to self-harm as news of Malik's exit took over social media, and mental health charities in Britain urged upset fans to seek support.Among the many dutiful parents in the crowd on Saturday was Anke Gutknecht, who said she had bought tickets 11 months ago for a group of eight family and friends.Malik, who flew home from the band's world tour last week suffering from stress, released a statement on Wednesday announcing he had left the band.
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