Twenty-year-old Cape Flats soldiers Coline Williams and Robert Waterwich were killed nearly 20 years ago while planting limpet mines outside the Athlone Magistrate’s Court. The explosives had been booby- trapped by apartheid agents to explode without delay when primed. A statue commemorating the contribution of these young Umkhonto weSizwe heroes was erected by Cape Town Mayor Nomaindia Mfeketho in 2005. The statue was subsequently stolen and has now been re-erected in time for the 20th anniversary of their death on 23 July. For information about the 20th anniversary activities please call Wesley 083 254 8531.