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/ 18 June 2004

Camp and cowardice

The British National Party (BNP), the premier neo-fascist organisation in the United Kingdom, is reeling from worse-than-expected results in local elections last week — not least in London, where the campaign was coordinated by some- time South African Arthur Kemp. Forty-one-year-old Kemp’s high point of notoriety came from his role in the assassination of Chris Hani in 1993.

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/ 14 June 2002

Two faces of Mokaba

Selective amnesia is a useful tool for political survival — not least when it comes to remembering the dead. So it is that African National Congress leaders have been falling over themselves in the effusiveness of their praise for Peter Mokaba, following his death last Sunday morning.