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Special Report Transcript Episode 84, Section 4, Time 26:15
On one hand there is a sense of great honour, completely undeserved, to be part of this instrument for the reconciliation of our nation, the trust that makes such an appointment possible. It’s an awesome honour. It leaves you humble. But also there is the feeling when you sit down at the end of the day and reflect on your life and you ask yourself what is this instrument achieving. And I’m sorry I see things from the point of view of where I come from. I’m talking about small people, rural women, in Pondoland, in Aliwal North. The pain of leaving this Commission without beginning to see that their situation does get addressed.
Notes: Bongani Finca
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