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Two weeks later, the session starts at the CSIR Conference Centre in Pretoria. The crowd of protestors outside the venue has tripled in size. Instead of protecting Pieter during the session, all the evidence of the crime pointed towards him, with Vincent Khoza protecting Ace Mabuza.
During a break, Pieter tells Armstrong of the R3.6 million in a suitcase that he had received from Mabuza.
Mabuza had even been so nice to offer another R2 million to Pieter, which would be collected from the crook’s henchman prior to departure from the venue on the last day, if Pieter towed the line.
Pieter awakens in an interrogation room. A General, flanked by two armed men in uniform try and force him to talk on what he knew about Albertina Buthelezi and the laboratory. He refuses to divulge and has his head dunked several times into water until drowning point. His worst fear was that the security men would do to him what the military did to anti-Mugabe who were held in the dreaded Chikurubi prison in Zimbabwe. Those who refused to give information, had a rusty nail smacked through their penises with a hammer. A doctor was always on standby with some dirty clothes to wipe up the blood. Fortunately for Pieter, the security men who were holding him captive, never made use of this painful option. Pieter asks about Lindiwe, but is given little information other than the fact that she is alive.
At home, Pieter wonders why the blacks are trusting him so much. He also fears that he is selling his soul to the blacks. Pieter still had a National Party mindset just like his parents. Black lives were cheap to him. Pieter Googles on the internet and finds more facts on Ace Mabuza, son of wealthy businessman, Diamond Mabuza. There was little eon the internet on Diamond because Mabuza snr lived by the name of Clement Morewa.
Pieter finds out that Clement Morewa is sitting on the Loxton Mines board and will be one of the decision makers in awarding the tender – to his son, Ace Mabuza.
What would Lindiwe Snr or Jnr do in a situation like this, wondered Pieter.
After a night of love-making, Lindiwe reveals more about her trip to the future and informs Pieter that Nelson Mandela will be SA’s first democratically elected President in 1994. She also mentions that the black homelands including Transkei, Ciskei and Zululand, will be incorporated into the New South Africa. Further, she announces with pride that the Springboks will win the 1995 Rugby World Cup final against New Zealand in Johannesburg. On the down side, SACP Secretary-General Chris Hani gets assassinated in April 1993, and his death plunges the country to the brink of civil war. There is the land issue, as in who are the real owners of the land and the minerals that it possesses.
Robben Island Prison boss Vorster arrives at work to find that he has yet again been deceived by his principals. Nelson Mandela was removed from his prison cell during the night without his knowledge. The night shift wardens have been sworn to secrecy. Nobody, including Vorster, knows where Mandela is being kept. The island has some visitors with CNN television reporter Louise Burrell, and her assistant (Lindiwe) and cameraman, having arrived to interview Mandela. With Mandela not on the island, Vorster plays tough and refuses to entertain the government letter that Louise has which will allow her to interview the ANC icon. Vorster orders for the CNN camera to be confiscated and for Louise and her colleagues to be sent from the island. Watching in the distance is Pieter Erasmus. He quickly realises that Louise’s ‘assistant’ (Lindiwe) is not an African-American. He decides to follow the ladies back to the mainland to see why they are so interested in Mandela.