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Special Report Transcript Episode 69, Section 2, Time 01:48
The APLA submission started on a very reconciliatory note with an address by the recently elected PAC leader, Dr Stanley Mogoba. // I have supported the Truth and Reconciliation Commission at all times, even when personal hurt and humiliation was experienced, because I am convinced that this country can never break out of its cocoons of hatred and bitterness unless we reveal all the truth and seek forgiveness. The greater responsibility in that exercise of course naturally lies with the perpetrators of apartheid. It is in this spirit that I have extended a hand on behalf of my party to the St James Church so that we can try to bury the painful past and help to bring reconciliation and healing to our members and to our beloved country.
Notes: Dr Stanley Mogoba
CAPE TOWN BISHOP MUTLAHELA STANLEY MOGOBA, M MODAN, BRIG D MOFOKENG, J P MLAMBO, J MKHWANAZI, E ZULU, L H MPHAHLELE, V L NTIKINCA