Guest : Rasmus Bitsch

In the fourth episode of the podcast They Killed Dulcie, the time has come to look at the
evidence. What was Dulcie investigating when she was killed? We dust off archival
documents found by Open Secrets that provide important clues.
These documents once buried in archives across the world khelp us understand the
secret network of intelligence agents, arms dealers and bankers, who made their
fortunes by arming and sustaining the apartheid government.
We also find Dulcie September's personal notes not seized by intelligence agencies and
double agents. Through scribbles and notes we begin to understand how Dulcie was
investigating the murky networks of apartheid profiteers which for far too long have
remained unexposed.
If Dulcie was trying to expose the illicit arms trade connecting South Africa and
countries like France was this the reason that an assassin was ordered to have her
“removed from the equation?”
They Killed Dulcie is made by Sound Africa and Open Secrets. They are supported by:
The Claude Leon Foundation; Heinrich Böll Stiftung Southern Africa; Joffe Charitable
Trust; Luminate; Open Society Foundations & Open Society Foundation for South Africa
and Hindenburg Systems.

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