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Neil Aggett inquest: Security branch officer apologises to family, those detained during apartheid

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Anti-apartheid activist Dr Neil Aggett. (Media24, Beeld, file)
Anti-apartheid activist Dr Neil Aggett. (Media24, Beeld, file)

A former member of the apartheid security branch, who interrogated anti-apartheid activist Dr. Neil Aggett has offered an apology to Aggett's family and those detained under apartheid. 

Johan Naude continued his testimony on the second day of the inquest into Aggett's death on Tuesday. Aggett was found hanging from his cell in February 1982 after being detained at the notorious John Vorster Square police station, now known as Johannesburg Central, for 70 days 

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