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Special Report Transcript Episode 65, Section 1, Time 00:31
In tonight’s programme we bring you a report on Steven Biko the man and the testimony of those who caused his death. We also analyse the three months in the late 1980s which will haunt Winnie Madikizela-Mandela for the rest of her life. This week the world was told that it was Winnie Madikizela-Mandela herself who killed youth activist Stompie Seipei and who ordered the deaths of Dr Abubaker Asvat and Lolo Sono. In a special edition of our programme on Tuesday we broadcast a BBC documentary outlining these allegations. In the past few weeks we’ve conducted our own investigation in an attempt to make sense off all these allegations and counter allegations. Special Report team member Benedict Motau visited the ex-leader of the Mandela United Football Club, Jerry Richardson in Leeukop Prison on Friday where he is serving a life sentence for the murder of Stompie Seipei. To our surprise Richardson confessed to the murder of somebody completely different, a young girl called Koekie Zwane and alleged that Winnie Mandela had ordered him to kill her.
Notes: Max du Preez
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The MUFC was established in late 1986 when Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was instrumental in resolving an internal conflict in the Soweto Youth Congress. Youths involved in the conflict set up the football club and moved into the outbuildings of the Mandela home in Orlando West, Soweto, Johannesburg, ...