Taking a look at the legacy of the last apartheid President FW de Klerk#ProgressiveTalk

he death of the last apartheid President of South Africa FW de Klerk has divided the country with some saying even in death he should not be forgiven because of the many black people who died during his tenure as the President whereas some are saying his legacy must be celebrated because of the role he played in the transition from apartheid to democracy by ensuring that there is a peaceful and reconciliatory process. Nghamula Chauke spoke to Political Analyst Professor Muxe Nkondo and former general secretary of Cosatu and a member of the ANC’s negotiating team at the Codesa talks that led to the writing of SA’s democratic constitution Mbhazima Shilowa and this is what they had to say: