Apartheid killers must face the music

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Members of the ANC give testimony regarding human rights abuses committed during apartheid. Date unknown. Photo: Gallo Images/Oryx Media Archive
Members of the ANC give testimony regarding human rights abuses committed during apartheid. Date unknown. Photo: Gallo Images/Oryx Media Archive

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Government will have to explain why, after 1994, it stopped prosecuting those who had killed ANC activists during apartheid.

This follows an unequivocal ruling by four Supreme Court of Appeal judges on Monday that the government of former president Thabo Mbeki had intervened to stop apartheid prosecutions by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).

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