South African Court Rules Apartheid Activist Was Murdered

The High Court in Pretoria has handed down judgment in the inquest into Ahmed Timol's death, ruling that the anti-Apartheid activist was pushed from the 10th floor of the John Vorster Square Police when he died in 1971.


Ahmed Timol, late South African Communist Party member who was arrested and interrogated by special branch police at John Vorster Square when he reportedly "fell" to his death (file photo).


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