‘Prime Evil’ killed my dad. This is how I forgave him
South Africans are more forgiving than we think, says slain activist’s daughter and author Candice Mama
After forgiving “Prime Evil”, the apartheid assassin who killed her father, author Candice Mama went on an international tour to post-conflict countries. And she found South Africans are more forgiving than we think.
Mama is a forgiveness advocate who authored the book Forgiveness Redefined, which documents her journey to forgiving Eugene de Kock.
He was sentenced to 212 years in prison on 89 charges...