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The ANC needs to come clean on its external "death camps"

14 July 2014, 05:00
The refusal to free Eugene de Kock has once again brought South Africa's ugly past to the fore.

De Kock was a key assassin for the apartheid government, a willing killer.

His memory is an enormous blight on the history of this country.

But he came clean. Eventually, when his conscience could bear it no longer, he opened up to VryeWeekblad and the house of cards came tumbling down.

Suddenly, we all knew what we had long suspected - our government was killing our countrymen at will. Our moral compass was gone.

But what about the ANC? What happened at Camp Quatro? And what happened in the ANC uprisings? What happened to Sipho Phungulwa? What happened to Bongani Ntshangase?

The stories about about summary executions at the ANC's external camps, including, it is rumoured, women who simply refused to accept a role of concubine to the combatants.

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings were limited to acts within SA, after pressure from the ANC.

Why did Bishop Tutu accept this? He must stand up and demand that the ANC come clean on its past. Until it does, there will be no true reconciliation in SA, but more importantly, there will be no reconciliation in the ANC between the liberals and the conservatives.

Their war gave birth to Julius Malema. The country will forever be torn apart.
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