MS MQATSHI: (sworn states)
REV XUNDU: You say that your husband was in the Nonqulana
MS MQATSHI: My father-in-law.
REV XUNDU: He was in the Nonqulana incident?
MS MQATSHI: Yes. There he was detained.
REV XUNDU: Where?
MS MQATSHI: In Bizana.
REV XUNDU: Where else?
MS MQATSHI: Only there.
REV XUNDU: What about Nonqulana in East London?
No, I am sorry, I am looking at the incorrect evidence.
Then he was in hospital in Bizana for how long?
MS MQATSHI: For five months.
REV XUNDU: Was he still under detention?
MS MQATSHI: Yes, he was still detained.
REV XUNDU: After he was released how was he, health wise?
MS MQATSHI: He was very confused, delirious. His mental
state, he never recovered until he died in 1991.
REV XUNDU: Thank you. What would you request of the
MS MQATSHI: If the Commission could help us with educating
REV XUNDU: And secondly? You said that you needed a
clinic in your area.
MS MQATSHI: Yes.
REV XUNDU: Thank you. Is there something else that you
would like to add perhaps?
MS MQATSHI: No Sir. Thank you.
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LUSIKISIKI HEARING TRC/EASTERN CAPE