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But this week the ANC’s secretary general, Ace Magashule, said on SAC television that Stompie, as a young militant, had been given shelter in Soweto at the underground resistance’s behest.
It was, he said, to protect him from the apartheid police.
Supporters of the former wife of Nelson Mandela are using Ms Seipei’s presence as proof that Madikizela-Mandela did not kill Stompie, and therefore that all accusations against her of involvement in 15 other deaths in the late 1980s must also have been untrue.
In the febrile atmosphere of the coming funeral, Madikizela-Mandela, lionised as the greatest “Icon of The Struggle” against apartheid, is being displayed as more-sinned-against-than-sinning model of the battle to produce a radical alternative to apartheid.
“The first thing Winnie said to me was: ‘This child looks exactly like Stompie.
May God forgive me.’ “Right then I decided I had to forgive Mama Winnie.
This week he claimed on Radio 702 and in a television interview that “90 per cent” of what he disseminated to the media was “the product of my fertile imagination or an escalation of what I received from our intelligence-gatherers at the Soweto (security police) branch”.
This “confession”, though made initially a decade or more ago, has been seized on by Madikizela-Mandela’s supporters to show that the police, not she, may have been behind some or all of the murders blamed on her.
The next thing, coming out of the toilet, she saw Madikizela-Mandela and her daughter Zindzi were holding her hands.
Then we can bury him with dignity.” She declined to provide any information.
Lolo’s father said he twice pleaded directly with her, in the back of a van, not to kill his son, who he was told was a traitor and spy. Lolo’s body, along with another victim, was found a couple of years ago in a pauper’s grave.
Many on the left of the ANC, and in the hardline opposition, are claiming that Madikizela-Mandela represents them in their battle to destroy a political system hijacked by a greedy black elite in cahoots with white capitalists.
“Anyone who accuses Mama Winnie of any crime is guilty of treason,” declared Julius Malema, an MP and former ANC youth leader who founded the militant Economic Freedom Fighters.