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South Africa's ANC party and its political assassination problem

By: Caroline DUMAY | Stefan CARSTENS | James VASINA
1 min

South Africa has seen 90 political murders since 2016, almost one per week. And unlike the violence that ravaged the country during apartheid, it's not rivalry between parties, but members of the ANC killing each other. Municipal councillors are the most common victims - either because they've denounced corruption, or because of competition for lucrative posts. Our correspondents have been to the eastern Kwazulu Natal province, the location of 80 of these assassinations, to find out more.


A report by Caroline Dumay and Stefan Carstens, voiced by James Vasina.

A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Gaëlle Essoo.

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