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30 years on: Who killed anti-apartheid activist Dulcie September?

By France 24
16 May 2018   |   4:48 am
In 1988, the anti-apartheid activist Dulcie September was assassinated in central Paris. She was the representative of Nelson Mandela's African National Congress in France and was also investigating alleged illegal arms deals between Paris and Pretoria

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