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Special Report Transcript Episode 84, Section 4, Time 27:38
One had a sense that once the victims were stretching out this hand of reconciliation, the white society in general in this province, seemed to be not interested in publicly – perhaps people were feeling it internally, I don’t know – that hurt me very profoundly and made me perhaps to even feel that we may have failed the victims by saying that there is an atmosphere in this country where reconciliation could take place. I am aware that our role as a Commission and with the presentation of the report to the president, how the president deals with the report is really outside our hands. But we who have sat at these hearings, publicly listening to people, will continue to carry this burden in our souls for a long, long time.
Notes: Bongani Finca
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