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Topic - Martha Mahlangu
Martha Mahlangu can't bear to visit the prison where her son, an anti-apartheid guerrilla, was hanged.
Ms. Mahlangu said she sent her eldest son and a nephew to last Thursday's inauguration by President Jacob Zuma of the gallows and the death-row block housing it as a national memorial and museum.
"Solomon only thought of freedom, to free the black man," she said in an interview in her Pretoria home. "He never thought of himself, only about seeing the black man free."