Families handed remains of MK 2
JUSTICE and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha is today scheduled to hand over the remains of two Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) operatives, who disappeared 30 years ago, to their families in Durban.
Mandla Mjwara and Mfaniseni Mdlalose disappeared during apartheid in 1987. The two worked under the command of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize.
Mjwara was born in 1967 and followed in his brother Sipho’s footsteps who had left the country to join MK, the ANC armed wing.
Mjwara joined MK in 1984. Mdlalose was born around 1954 and lived with his family in Chesterville.
He left the country with activist Lucky Mthembu to join MK around 1983. Little is known of his life in exile. – African News Agency (ANA)