Charity Kondile, Transkei, 1997. Charity's son, Sizwe Kondile, was murdered in 1981 on the orders of Dirk Coetzee. She spent 9 years trying to find out what had happened to her son. In 1996 she attended the amnesty hearings in Durban where in Coetzee's presence she heard how Sizwe was illegaly detained by police, beaten during interrogation, poisoned, shot and burned on a braai. According to Coetzee, the police had been scared they might have had a 'second Biko' case on their hands.