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Exclusive: Thuli Madonsela on Why the ANC Owes Her An Apology

In her early days, Thuli Madonsela was a deeply committed supporter of the African National Congress (ANC). The 54-year-old High Court advocate grew up in Soweto, the Johannesburg township where police killed hundreds of protesting black students in 1976, an event that served as a turning point in the struggle against the apartheid system of government, which gave South Africa’s white population almost complete political power.
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