ANC Government reportedly paid R200k to look after apartheid-era assassin, Eugene de Kock
ANC Government has been reported to have supplied a huge sum of money for the upkeep of apartheid-era assassin, Eugene de Kock.
The news reached the State Capture Inquiry on how the government allegedly spent R200k monthly to take care of the infamous man.
Two individuals who leaked the evidence are working as State Security Agency spook and have opted to keeping their identity secret.
De Kock served as a former colonel in the apartheid regime’s police force. The assassin is infamous for commanding the Vlakplaas unit which had executed and tortured anti-apartheid activists.
The story of Eugene de Kock must be investigated. How can the government pay a man who killed so many black people without shame ? Journalists let us not down play this story. What was the agreement? Who visited him in prison? Ntate Mamasela please help.
— Sophie Mokoena (@Sophie_Mokoena) January 29, 2021
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