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Special Report Transcript Episode 12, Section 5, Time 27:03
They were laid to rest here in Mlungisi graveyard on a warm summer’s day during a typical Eastern Cape mass funeral. The funeral party was surrounded by caspirs and they were watched by the very same people who had killed them. Today, 11 years later, 17 November is still commemorated as the day of the Queenstown massacre.
Notes: Mlungisi graveyard; Mass Funeral; Graves of 11 who had died
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