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Eastern Cape author opens the book on 'Bloody Sunday'

Mignonne Breier delves deep into SA's 'secret massacre' which left up to 200 dead

The new book Bloody Sunday may have started with the grisly murder of a nun in East London in 1952, but it developed into so much more, unearthing details of up to 200 deaths in a day of shame for the city.

Author Mignonne Breier spent years unravelling the facts for Bloody Sunday: The Nun, The Defiance Campaign and SA’s Secret Massacre, published in March...

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