WITH three days before the country marks the 36th anniversary of anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko's death, events to honour his memory in Nelson Mandela Bay have already started.
The Black Consciousness Movement founder was tortured, beaten and suffered brain damage before dying in police custody in 1977.
Azanian People's Organisation (Azapo) youth treasurer and programme organiser Siyabonga Busakwe said all the events were a reflection of Biko.
"This year we decided to go back to Steve Biko's roots. He fought for unity and we believe the programme is a true reflection of that.
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