Family wants clarity on SANDF soldier killed in friendly fire in the DRC

Almost four months after Corporal Simanga Arthur Khuselo was killed in friendly fire in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), his family still grieves his loss and wants clarity on the circumstances of his death on 3 June.

When Khuselo’s three-year-old daughter tells her mother, California: “Mama, I want to see Papa,” she answers briefly, “As much as you want Papa, we also want Papa, but he is no more.”

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Eunice Stoltz
Eunice Stoltz is a general news reporter at the Mail & Guardian.

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