Mail & Guardian | Lester Kiewit
A new effort is being made to uncover the truth surrounding the 1988 assassination of exiled ANC official Dulcie September in Paris, France.
September was gunned down outside the ANC’s Paris office on March 28. She was shot five times in the head with a .22 silenced rifle.
To date, French and South African authorities are no closer to answering questions as to who shot her, and why.
It’s believed that, at the time of her death, September was investigating alleged arms smuggling between France and South Africa.
She was also a hugely irritating thorn in the side of the apartheid regime.
Now, new material is being released by a documentary podcast series produced by anti-corruption lobby group Open Secrets and podcast producers Sound Africa.