Modidima Mannya | De Klerk Foundation is forcing us to speak ill of the dead

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Throughout his lifetime, De Klerk refused to at least acknowledge that apartheid was not only a gross violation of human rights, but also plain evil.   Photo: Getty Image
Throughout his lifetime, De Klerk refused to at least acknowledge that apartheid was not only a gross violation of human rights, but also plain evil. Photo: Getty Image

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Throughout his lifetime, De Klerk refused to at least acknowledge that apartheid was not only a gross violation of human rights, but also plain evil.

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