National Geographic : 1993 Feb
Fists pound the sky as a group of bus drivers mourn yet more black victims of violence in South Africa. Out of anger and frustration, Michael Khoeli leads the funeral party in singing the black national anthem to commemo rate his best friend, co worker Isaac Monke. Monke and two com panions were shot in the head when a group of men broke into his Sebokeng home. Unable to learn any motive for the slayings, Khoeli later lamented, "I am very depressed. Why were these people killed?"