Dulcie September

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Person.png Dulcie September  Rdf-icon.png
(activist, diplomat)
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BornDulcie Evonie September
20 August 1935
Maitland, Cape Town, South Africa
Died29 March 1988 (Age 52)
Paris, France
Cause of death
gunshot
Parents • Jakobus September
• Susan September
Victim ofassassination
ANC member, anti-apartheid activist, and political prisoner who went into exile in London. She was assassinated in Paris.

Dulcie Evon September was an anti-apartheid activist.

Career

At the end of 1983 September was appointed ANC Chief Representative in France, Switzerland and Luxembourg. Coupled with her new appointment, September underwent a short course in military training in the Soviet Union. In 1988 she was the ANC representative in Paris.

Assassination

On 29 March 1988, she was shot and killed. A protégé of Craig Williamson, former SADF Sergeant Joseph Klue, together with South African spy, Dirk Stoffberg were in the frame for both the Brussels and Paris shootings.[citation needed] "A French government commission, under Judge Le Chanu-Forkel, concluded that no sufficient evident was found to take suspects into custody. The Truth and Reconciliation committee also failed to solve September’s murder."[1]

20 August 1935|29 March 1988|


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