The FW de Klerk Foundation should reveal the ANC leaders that had allegedly gone into some informal agreements with former operatives of the Apartheid regime.
This is the charge of author and journalist, Lukhanyo Calata.
He was speaking as the families of the victims of Apartheid have taken issue with the Foundation’s denial of the violent repercussions of that regime.
Calata’s father, Fort, was also killed by the Apartheid regime, with no one brought to book for his murder. Calata has also laid blame on the ANC-led government for its failure to secure justice for these activists.
He says that the ANC had lost its moorings when it failed to do right by the people that ensured that it had risen to governance.
He says that this failure has lead to the ill-discipline exhibited by some ANC members at Nkandla this past weekend.
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