The extended imprisonment of former APLA member Kenny Motsamai reveals complexities related to TRC proceedings and parole conditions for prisoners.
702's Azania Mosaka on Tuesday spoke to the national director of Khulumani, Marjorie Dobson, about details surrounding the issue.
Listen to the interview below:
Kenny Motsamai was originally sentenced to 25 years. He'sbeen in prison for 27 years which is very confusing.— Marjorie Dobson, national director of Khulumani
PAC is very aggrieved about this. We know the minister is applying his mind at the moment but it's not clear why it's proving so difficult.— Marjorie Dobson, national director of Khulumani
I read that he was required to report to the police in the morning and in the evening which is very strange.— Marjorie Dobson, national director of Khulumani
I know in Kenny Motsamai's case, he has more than met the expectations. He's done the restorative justice courses.— Marjorie Dobson, national director of Khulumani