Mwezi Twala and nine other black soldiers in the ANC's armed wing, MK, one day decided to ask their superiors what was happening with regard to the vast sums of money the ANC was receiving from European sources. They figured that this money was being donated to the cause of the black people and therefore their superiors were accountable for this money. They did a bad thing.
For asking a simple question about the financial accountability of the ANC, they were tortured. Of the ten of them, six died from torture. Mwezi and three others lived. The ANC does not like Mwezi and he told me that he lives knowing that he could be attacked at any time. He says he has had attempts made on his life before and he watches his back all the time. Mwezi of course no longer believes in the ANC. He says that communism is a lie and it is in fact, all about greed. He sees the corruption in the ANC as being nothing more than a natural result of their communist beliefs.
A book was written about Mwezi Twala and it was published by Harper Collins in the USA. The ANC put pressure on major book stores in South Africa not to carry it, and so the book remains virtually unknown. It is now out of print. It is called "Mbokodo : inside MK : Mwezi Twala : a soldier's story", ASIN: 1868420167
To see its listing on Amazon.com, Click here.Since it is out of print, it is very likely that one can buy a copy from one of several used and out of print book dealers on the internet. Click here to try searching for it on AbeBooks or Bibiliofind if you are interested in buying it. The book is explosive and the ANC is highly embarrassed by much of what happened in its torture camps in Angola.