The family of slain anti-apartheid activist and Black Consciousness Movement leader Steve Biko says it won’t rest until those who killed him are held accountable. This emerged after the family laid a wreath on his grave in Ginsberg near King William’s Town in the Eastern Cape.
This year marks 42 years since Biko’s death in police custody in Pretoria. Our reporter Busisiwe Jemsana-Mantashe has more.
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