Apartheid was a crime against humanity, and denying it is treason: Ramaphosa

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- timeslive.co.za | 2 months ago

last Thursday when, just as Ramaphosa was about to deliver the speech, EFF leader Julius Malema objected to former president FW de Klerk being present in parliament.

Malema said De Klerk had “blood on his hands”, and was scathing of his stance that apartheid was not a crime against humanity. Ramaphosa said the UN, the family of nations made up of people from all over the world, could never have been hoodwinked or deceived or influenced by anyone.

But “they knew as they looked at this country that this was a country where a great crime was being committed against the people”.

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