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Special Report Transcript Episode 22, Section 3, Time 16:34
In the course of 1981 there were a series of bomb explosions all over the republic. The ANC soldiers were operating from Pietersburg to Cape Town. Venda was one route into and out of the republic. But MK didn’t see the homeland as merely a safe corridor. In October 1981 guerrillas hit the Sibasa station in the heart of the Bantustan capital itself. Three policemen died in the attack. When someone informed the police that the bombers had been harboured by the local church their reaction was wide reaching and harsh.
Notes: Isipingo May 15, 1996; Port Jackson May 25, 1981; New Canada Station May 25, 1985
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