Fam­i­lies handed re­mains of MK 2

Pretoria News Weekend - - NEWS -

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)

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