W. Mandela Investigation

— Host Bob Edwards talks to N-P-R's Charlayne Hunter-Gault in Johannesburg about testimony in the South African Truth Commission case of Winnie Mandela, former wife of President Nelson Mandela. The Truth Commission is holding hearings into allegations that Winnie Mandela and her bodyguards were responsible for kidnapping, torturing, and killing suspected police informants and their political rivals during apartheid. So far, witnesses have linked her to various crimes... She still denies any wrongdoing.



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