NPA brings in 25 prosecutors to investigate over 60 TRC cases

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Wives of the Cradock Four. From Left, Sparrow Mkhonto's wife Sindiswa, Fort Calata's wife Nomonde and Matthew Goniwe's wife Nyameka, pictured in 1985.
Wives of the Cradock Four. From Left, Sparrow Mkhonto's wife Sindiswa, Fort Calata's wife Nomonde and Matthew Goniwe's wife Nyameka, pictured in 1985.
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Lukhanyo Calata, the son of Fort Calata, one of the Cradock 4 assassinated during apartheid, says he holds little hope a special division of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) will unearth the truth about what happened to those murdered under the apartheid government.

"We don't believe anything the NPA says. We need a little less talk and a bit more action. But we're going to hold them accountable."

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