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Khulumani Mamelodi to join Moss Morudu Spiritual Repatriation on Friday October 25 and 26, 2013

Khulumani Mamelodi to join Moss Morudu Spiritual Repatriation on Friday October 25 and 26, 2013

On Friday and Saturday, 25 and 26 October 2013, members of Khulumani Support Group from Mamelodi in Tshwane will be participating in activities planned to commemorate the life of Mr Moss Morudu following extensive unsuccessful efforts by the Missing Persons' Task Team (MPTT) in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to find his remains.

The ceremony will involve a SYMBOLIC spiritual repatriation of his remains from the site at which it appears his body was blown up.

Moss Morudu was an internal member of the MK unit that comprised Jabu Masina, Ting Ting Masango, Neo Potsane and Joseph Makhura. Moss disappeared on 26 October 1987, aged 22.

Amnesty applicants from the Northern Transvaal Security Police stated to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that they had abducted him and held him at Kaallaagte Farm near Hammanskraal where he they had interrogated and tortured him.

On Friday and Saturday, 25 and 26 October 2013, members of Khulumani Support Group from Mamelodi in Tshwane will be participating in activities planned to commemorate the life of Mr Moss Morudu following extensive unsuccessful efforts by the Missing Persons' Task Team (MPTT) in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to find his remains.

The ceremony will involve a SYMBOLIC spiritual repatriation of his remains from the site at which it appears his body was blown up.

Moss Morudu was an internal member of the MK unit that comprised Jabu Masina, Ting Ting Masango, Neo Potsane and Joseph Makhura. Moss disappeared on 26 October 1987, aged 22.

Amnesty applicants from the Northern Transvaal Security Police stated to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that they had abducted him and held him at Kaallaagte Farm near Hammanskraal where he they had interrogated and tortured him.

Subsequent information indicated that he had been moved from Kaallaagte Farm and killed near the 'Bophutatswana' village Kgomo Kgomo in the Makapanstad District. After he was killed, his body was apparently blown up.

Members of the same unit of Security Police were involved in the abduction and torture of Ms Nokuthula Simelane on a farm at Northam near Rustenburg. Ms Simelane was never seen again. Despite the failure of her torturers to disclose what they had done with her body, they received amnesty from the Amnesty Committee of the TRC. The family of Nokuthula Simelane have applied for a judicial inquest into the disappearance of their daughter and sister, Nokuthula.

The schedule for the Moss Morudu Spiritual Repatriation is as follows:

Friday 25 OCTOBER 2013: SPIRITUAL REPATRIATION

06:00              Depart from Morudu Home in Mamelodi

07:00              Ceremony at Kaallaagte Farm where Moss was held

09:00            Mass gathering at Kgomo Kgomo village with representatives from the Moretele Municipality and the Bojanala District Municipality.

11:00              Spiritural repatriation ceremony begins at site on Saagkuildrift Road (between Kgomo Kgomo and Pienaarsrivier)

13:00              Ceremony at Freedom Park with Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development.

16:00              Return to Morudu home in Mamelodi

 Saturday 26 OCTOBER 2013: COMMEMORATION RALLY

14:00               A symbolic reburial of Moss Morudu in Mamelodi

18:00               A special mass at the Catholic Church in Mamelodi

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