Long battle for truth in S.Africa for apartheid victim's family

Ernestine Simelane, mother of slain anti-apartheid activist Nokuthula Simelane, poses with a portrait of her daughterNokuthula Simelane’s university degree is still hanging on her mother’s living-room wall. The body of Simelane, a pretty 23-year-old South African, has never been found. It wasn’t until 1995 — after the fall of the apartheid government — that she learned Simelane was abducted and killed by state police.

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