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Special Report Transcript Episode 53, Section 2, Time 06:03
For youths like Wanda Mchacho Mabaso, whose family was wiped out during the East Rand violence, joining up together as boys and facing the conflict head on was the only solution.
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From mid-1985 until the early 1990s, East Rand townships experienced some of the most violent conflict ever experienced in the PWV area. Train violence, taxi violence, conflict between township residents and hostels, between ANC self-defence units (SDUs) and IFP self-protection units (SPUs) and the ...