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meeting on the 7th of March 1989, "We will have to take the initiative to secure the safety of our parents. We will have to go to town, just as the Amaqabane are in town. We ask the police to look after this problem or else Pietermaritzburg will be a town of blood. If the police cannot solve ...
... just over crossing the road or walking on the street. When we got out we heard that there was a woman from across who came out, and she said, "Amaqabane, you are going to die." When we got out on that day we heard the ululating. There was ululating at that time. When there was this ...