Apartheid, Apartheid Atrocities, Apartheid Crimes, Bulelwa Makeke, Champion Galela, Fort Calata, Fw De Klerk, Fw De Klerk Foundation, Matthew Goniwe, National Director Of Public Prosecutions, National Prosecuting Authority, Qaqawuli Godolozi, Security Branch, Sicelo Mhlauli, Sipho Hashe, South Africa (Country), South African Council Of Churches, Sparrow Mkhonto, State Security Council, Truth And Reconciliation Commission, Yasmin Sooka

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Pressure is mounting on the NPA to charge the former president and others involved in political killingsduring apartheid

21.2.2020

Pressure is mounting on the NPA to charge the former president and others involved in political killingsduring apartheid.

Pressure is mounting on the NPA to charge the former president and others involved in political killingsduring apartheid

In January 2018 the case was among 20 related to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that the Hawks and the NPA had listed for re-opening for investigation.“There is a discussion with the NDPP. We have been putting a lot of pressure … to try and ensure that there are no further delays as people [who were involved in the killings] are dying,” Sooka said.

A 1994 inquest found that the state had been behind their killing, which was carried out by Security Branch members and that the decision to act against the Eastern Cape activists had been taken by the SSC.Sooka said they believed that De Klerk had “‘command responsibility” for the actions of troops and police members who carried out murders and other crimes against activists.

In his two submissions to the TRC on behalf of the apartheid government and the National Party (NP), and in responses to further questions from it, De Klerk accepted overall responsibility for what happened under his leadership, but denied authorising any killings.

But he did say that he accepted “overall responsibility in respect of the period of my leadership”.The wheel turns: Justice is again being sought for Matthew Goniwe (right), Fort Calata (second from right), Sicelo Mhlauli and Sparrow Mkhonto. (Karin Brulliard/Washington Post/Getty Images)

But this finding was never made an order of the court.

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And the Guptas? What was the truth and reconciliation commission for the ?! Good, he and his people in the NP were traitors to us afrikaners/ boers. So it time for the enemy to deal with them. God says I will hand you over to your enemies. 😢😲 They don't deserve our mercy at all now, we gave them enough time to understand the wrongfulness of what the did and profusely apologize.

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