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Refugees attempt to rest during the violence between the ANC and the IFP in what is now KwaZulu-Natal in April in 1990.Photo: Gallo images / rapport archives
Refugees attempt to rest during the violence between the ANC and the IFP in what is now KwaZulu-Natal in April in 1990.Photo: Gallo images / rapport archives

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S’bu Mngadi recalls an incident during the politically turbulent 1990s when a murderous intruder to the City Press offices revealed odd flashes of humanity in his brutality.

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