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Paul McCartney and DAVE STEWART have teamed up to write a song for a charity rock event to help AIDS sufferers.

The duo wrote ’Whole Life’ at London’s Abbey Road Studios. The song can only be heard via charity website, reports the BBC.

Other acts appearing at the show, in aid of the Nelson Mandela campaign 46664, include Peter Gabriel and Yusuf Islam, formerly Cat Stevens. 46664 was Mandela’s former prison number.

The show, which will take place at Cape Town’s Greenpoint Stadium on November 29, will also feature acts such as Beyonce, Bono, [a][/a], Queen, Anastacia, The Corrs and Youssou N'dour.

The concert will be broadcast on MTV, on December 1, World Aids Day.

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