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World IN BRIEF : SOUTH AFRICA

Panel May Travel to Hear Accusation

September 11, 1997|From Times Wire Reports

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, set up to review and heal the abuses of the apartheid past, said it may hold a unique session abroad to listen to a man who has accused President Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, Nomzamo Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, of murder. Katiza Cebekhulu, her former bodyguard, alleges that he saw her kill activist Stompie Seipei, 14, in 1988. Cebekhulu fled South Africa after the killing and is in London.

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