| Dulcie September |
|Born||Dulcie Evonie September|
20 August 1935
Maitland, Cape Town, South Africa
|Died||29 March 1988 (Age 52)|
Cause of death
|Parents|| • Jakobus September|
• Susan September
ANC member, anti-apartheid activist, and political prisoner who went into exile in London. She was assassinated in Paris.
Dulcie Evon September was an anti-apartheid activist.
At the end of 1983 September was appointed ANC Chief Representative in France, Switzerland and Luxembourg. Coupled with her new appointment, September underwent a short course in military training in the Soviet Union. In 1988 she was the ANC representative in Paris.
On 29 March 1988, she was shot and killed. A protégé of Craig Williamson, former SADF Sergeant Joseph Klue, together with South African spy, Dirk Stoffberg were in the frame for both the Brussels and Paris shootings. "A French government commission, under Judge Le Chanu-Forkel, concluded that no sufficient evident was found to take suspects into custody. The Truth and Reconciliation committee also failed to solve September’s murder."