this country, for all the people, and as you said it’s a pity that he wasn't alive to see this. He was a born and bred congressman, so I mean he would have supported this government and its policies throughout, so I don’t think he would have been disappointed about anything. I mean he would have supported it wholeheartedly.
DS:Ja okay, just in closing, I just want to find out would you know that your father was involved in Passive Resistance, obviously as a non-violent person. And I just want to find out whether the idea of Truth & Reconciliation Commission for him, how would he view it?
KN:I think he would have supported the process. He wasn’t a vengeful person, as I said he was a pacifist. And I think he would I mean for the betterment of the people of South Africa he would have supported us, you know, the reconciliation part of it also. Just to get the truth out into the open. Tell me what else to say.
DS:I think it’s fine. Now we have come to the end of our interview, thank you very much, Dr Naicker, for your time.
KN:Thanks a lot.
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