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Special Report Transcript Episode 26, Section 3, Time 15:44
In the same year that the Ribeiro’s were assassinated, in 1986, Piet Ntuli was minister of the interior in the former homeland of KwaNdebele. He was put there by the South African government but then they lost control over him. As Jack Cronje tells it Ntuli became leader of Imbokodo, a reactionary vigilante group and turned it into his own personal army. They instigated boycotts and committed arson and murder. Ntuli was also suspected of flirting with the ANC.
Notes: Piet Ntuli addresses crowd; Conflict, former KwaNdebele; Homes burning, people displaced
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