After the 1992 Boipatong massacre by an Inkatha impi that left 45 people dead, an ultrasecret intelligence operation was launched in Mozambique to cut the arms pipeline being run by former death squad operatives from that country to the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP).

Now, as the country debates the divisive legacy of Inkatha founder Mangosuthu Buthelezi, a former agent of the National Intelligence Service (NIS) has spoken out for the first time about this operation...

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