Mondli Makhanya | Never too old for justice

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The damage that Zuma did to this nation using his various political offices, but especially as president of the republic, is immeasurable. Photo: SANDILE NDLOVU
The damage that Zuma did to this nation using his various political offices, but especially as president of the republic, is immeasurable. Photo: SANDILE NDLOVU

MONDLI MAKHANYA

"Part of me died when I heard that apartheid security policeman João Rodrigues died this week, bringing my 25-year quest for justice for my murdered uncle Ahmed Timol to an end.”

These were the words of Imtiaz Cajee, the nephew of the anti-apartheid activist who was killed by apartheid’s security police in 1971.

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