Zephania Mothopeng - Searchlight South Africa, Vol 1, No. 2, February 1989

[We have been given the following document, together with an introductory account. When this was received there was no news of an impending release, although it was known that Mothopeng was grievously ill. Part of the document tells the story of Mothopeng s life, and we only regret that it is so short. However, there is much in the document with which we disagree, in its philosophy and outlook, in its political and economic perspectives, and other problems. But we print it, because Mothopeng has played his part in the South African struggle, and his account should be known. We have been told that other papers or organizations have refused to print this document, including the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), of which Mothopeng is President]. 
From the book "Searchlight South Africa, Vol 1, No. 2, February 1989".

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