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Special Report Transcript Episode 40, Section 2, Time 09:06
Besides the Komati river and the mineshaft versions of where Stanza’s remains are, a former kitskonstabel, Johnny Mokaleng claimed that he was buried in Phokeng. However the TRC excavation team could not find any evidence.
Notes: Komati river; Makoleng with police at Phokeng
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(Afrikaans: 'instant constable'); see Special Constables
Known colloquially as ' kitskonstabels' (instant constables), 'blue lines', or 'bloupakke' , Special Constables were recruited from urban and rural areas and were usually unemployed African men with few educational qualifications. Many were illiterate and some had criminal convictions. Training was ...