Bhisho Massacre still as sad reminder of where SA comes from 23 years on

Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa has described the Bhisho Massacre as one of the saddest moments in his life where he witnessed 28 people die and 200 more injured on this day 23 years ago. Ramaphosa has been addressing dozens at the Bhisho stadium where the 23rd commemoration was held. He was among leaders of the ANC such as Chris Hani, Steve Tshwete and Ronnie Kasrils who led the march. They wanted the military leader Oupa Joshua Gqozo to step down, but they were gunned near the Bhisho Stadium. Yanga Funani and Camagwini Mavovana filed us this report