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Allegations against me have put my life in danger, Kasrils tells court

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Ronnie Kasrils at the High Court in Pretoria. (Ahmed Areff, News24)
Ronnie Kasrils at the High Court in Pretoria. (Ahmed Areff, News24)

Pretoria - Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils says that since being called counter-revolutionary and an enemy of the state, he has had to change his behavioural patterns to remain safe.

"I now have to behave the way I did pre-democracy. My life has been altered," Kasrils told the Pretoria High Court.

"I have to be careful about how I talk on the phone and the visits I'm making."

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