90s19. ‘Apartheid kills commuters’
At least 7,000 people died in political violence in South Africa between 1990 and 1992. Some of the most brutal attacks took place on trains carrying commuters from the Johannesburg townships. The killings were carried out by undercover units of the South African police and army and Zulu supporters of the Inkatha Freedom Party. The AAM distributed this leaflet at London train stations. It asked British commuters to press the British government to support an international peace monitoring group in South Africa.
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