South Africa Looks Into Claims of Interpreter’s Criminal Past – New York Times

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New York Times
QUNU, South Africa — The South African government said on Friday that it was looking into news media reports that the man hired to provide deaf interpretation at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service had once been accused of murder and other serious
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