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Special Report Transcript Episode 45, Section 2, Time 03:08
The skull is his daughter’s, Phila Portia Ndwandwe, 24 when she died. An Umkhonto we Sizwe commander in Natal; mother of baby Thabang, born in Swaziland in 1987. In October 1988 Ndwandwe was abducted from Manzini to Pietermaritzburg. The people who sold her out were comrades. Her abductors: four men in the South African Police. Their aim: to turn her into an askari through torture. Ndwandwe refused. They killed her and buried her body on Elandskop Dairy Farm in KwaZulu-Natal.
Notes: Ndwandwe is shown his daughter’s skeleton; Photos of Phila, with baby; Scene of abduction
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