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Essay 1 Chris Hani murder revisited - ZAM Guenon was linked to Military Intelligence's Directorate for Covert Collection (DCC) through a joint partnership with the DCC's operative Rob Colesky in a front company in Namibia, Spectrum Furniture. The company was selling furniture to SWAPO for their new government offices. It was this furniture deal that came with a 'facilitation fee for Lubowski, in cheques that were later proven to originate from South Africa's military intelligence,

According to two independent sources in Windhoek, the 'facilitation fee' was at the core of the financial issues that Lubowski was 'sorting out' on the day of his murder. Friends of Lubowski also confirm that Palazzolo and Guenon had demanded that the SWAPO advocate deliver certain business contracts in the fields of casino rights, diamonds, and oil transport to them. They report that Lubowski had told them, in distress, that he "didn't want to do all that these people wanted from him". But how to say no, when he had already accepted their - later shown to be tainted - money?

Still, Lubowski worked the entire day of his murder on the books that contained entries related to the 'facilitation fee' he had accepted, and he told his comrade, fellow SWAPO-leader Haage Geingob, in a very private conversation about the 'financial issues! It was at the end of this day, after the DCC's Rob Colesky had visited his house to ask what time Lubowski would be home, that 'the people's lawyer' was shot dead in his front yard. Colesky would later surface again as a fellow director in several of South African arms deal middleman John Bredenkamp's companies.

The TRC attributed both the September and Lubowski murders to an apartheid 'death squad' called the Civil Cooperation Bureau (CCB), and, in Lubowski's case, specifically to individuals within this CCB

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