Josephine Msweli, Sappi Gum Tree forest, where her son, Simon, was murdered, 1997. Mrs. Msweli's family were African National Congress (ANC) sympathisers and were repeatedly attacked by members of Inkatha. Two of her sons were killed during separate attacks. She testified to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that her son Simon and his friend had been kidnapped and taken to the Sappi Gum Tree forest where they were killed. She said the boys had been abducted by members of the stability unit and the KwaZulu police. She wanted the perpetrators to come forward so that she could establish why they did what they did and so that she could give them a piece of her mind before she would forgive them.