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Mr Ganyile

Volume 655: debated on Monday 12 March 1962

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asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies, in view of the inquiries undertaken by Her Majesty's Government into the case of Mr. Ganyile, what information he has as to the compensation paid by the Government of the Republic of South Africa to Mr. Ganyile and his two companions who were arrested by the police of the Republic when on Basutoland territory and confined in prison for five months.

None. I understand that Mr. Ganyile, who is a South African citizen, has himself initiated proceedings for damages from the South African authorities.