Three people died in factional violence in South Africa's Natal province. Police said guns, knives and gasoline bombs were used in clashes in black townships near Pietermaritzburg, where a yearlong struggle for power has killed at least 150. The fighting pits Inkatha, a moderate Zulu movement, against two radical anti-apartheid groups: the United Democratic Front and the Congress of South African Trade Unions. "How in God's name can I be forgiving and how can I be forgetful?" Chief Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi told Inkatha supporters. A speaker for the other groups, Mbanjwa Dumisani, told a rally at Edendale that "comrades here today will never . . . accept peace talks if there are still Inkatha people (not arrested) who have blood on their hands."