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Mo to testify before Hefer today

20th November 2003


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Former African National Congress intelligence chief Mo Shaik will start testifying before the Hefer Commission today.

He asked retired judge Joos Hefer yesterday afternoon to postpone his testimony because he was not feeling well.

Testimony in the past few days revealed that Shaik may be the only one left who is able to verify the claim that national Director of Public Prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka was an apartheid spy.

Ngcuka's other main accuser, former transport minister Mac Maharaj, conceded yesterday that he did not know whether this was true.

Shaik served as head of the then banned African National Congress's intelligence unit within apartheid South Africa.

He reported to Jacob Zuma, currently deputy president, who was then in overall charge of ANC intelligence. – Sapa.


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