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South Africa, rejecting appeals, hangs guerrillas

By Compiled From Wire Service Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World, Edited By Linda Feldmann / June 10, 1983

Pretoria, South Africa

Three black guerrillas were hanged in Pretoria after South Africa rejected international appeals for clemency. The three members of the African National Congress were charged with attacking police stations, which resulted in four deaths. Thelle Mogoerane, Jerry Mosololi, and Marcus Motaung were all found guilty of high treason and murder. These were the first hangings in four years of militant ANC action. Two convicted murderers were also hanged alongside the three ANC guerrillas.

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