The Role Indians Played in SA's Struggle for Liberation - Talking Point with Bongi Gwala, Radio SAFM, 23 July 2019

Today in history...When her underground cell was arrested and detained, Phyllis Naidoo escaped to Lesotho along a new route established by Omar Badsha, Richard (Rick) Turner and others. In Lesotho she joined the African National Congress (ANC) and was involved in providing for children who had left South Africa, assisting members of the South African Communist Party (SACP) and ANC to escape from South Africa, and supporting them in Lesotho. She returned to South Africa in 1990. This morning on the Talking Point we will look at the roles Indians played in South Africa's struggle for liberation... GUEST: Omar Badsha - Who is the Ceo and Founder of South African History

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