A human being died that night is a 2003 book by pumla gobodo madikizela the book is gobodo madikizelas account of her interviews with state sanctioned mass murderer eugene de kock from the time of apartheid in south africa. A human being died that night recounts an extraordinary dialogue pumla gobodo madikizela a psychologist who grew up in a black south african township reflects on her interviews with eugene de kock the commanding officer of state sanctioned death squads under apartheid. Review a human being died that night a look at an apartheid assassin at bam a human being died that night the play that bears this title on the other hand reveals in searing . Bryan doerries the founder of theater of war a project that presents theatrical readings to spur audience dialogue and engagement facilitates a discussion of this seasons presentation of a human being died that night together with a panel of community members and the audience doerries explores the plays themes of power otherness . A human being died that night is based on the best selling book of the same name by pumla gobodo madikizela and explores her extraordinary interviews with eugene de kock her time on the trc and how a fundamentally moral person could become a mass murderer
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