Khampepe urges NPA to swiftly pursue prosecution of apartheid crimes

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Justice Sisi Khampepe.
Justice Sisi Khampepe.
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Retired Justice Sisi Khampepe says the lack of prosecution for apartheid crimes "leads to an ineluctable conclusion that there is no accountability" for these atrocities – and has urged the state to pursue these cases "without delay".

Khampepe was 38 years old when she served on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s amnesty committee, which was specifically tasked with determining whether perpetrators of apartheid crimes had given honest evidence about their crimes and could be granted amnesty.

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