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[From 'Letter from the President', ANC Today, Vol.3, No.19, 16--22 May 2003] This week we will say our last farewells to a giant of our struggle, Xhamela, Walter Sisulu. He will leave to his final...
Publication date: 2003
As international attention has rightly been focussed on Nelson Mandela as the symbol of South African resistance, other eminent leaders of the freedom movement languishing in apartheid prisons are...
Publication date: 1987
Demonstrations against Proclamation of Republic Answers to questions by Drum, May 1961 [Drum asked several non-European leaders for answers to three questions concerning the planned demonstrations...
Publication date: May 1961
Sechaba, April 1981 Born on May 18, 1912 at Engcobo in the Transkei, of peasant origin, Walter Sisulu's formal schooling ended at the age of fifteen in standard four. Then he became a mineworker in...
Publication date: April 1981
Darling Walter, You cannot imagine how pleased everybody was to hear from you. I received your letter yesterday afternoon, the 10th of August 1964; it was dated 12 July 1964. One wonders how quick...
From: Spotlight on South Africa, Dar es Salaam, Volume 2, No. 24, June 15, 1964 12 June 1964 Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, Ahmed Kathrada, Raymond Mhlaba, Andrew Mlangeni, Denis...
Supreme Court Statement by Abram Fischer, Pretoria, 28 March 1966 The sentencing of Abram Fischer to life imprisonment on a charge of sabotage in May 1966 roused a storm of protest throughout the...
The Rivonia raid of July 11, 1963, was followed by an anti-climax: a trial in which Nelson Mandela, who was brought out of prison to become one of the accused, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, and others...
Publication date: 20 July 1997
PART 1. The white state has thrown overboard every pretence of rule by democratic process. Armed to the teeth it has presented the people with only one choice and that is its overthrow by force and...
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This inspiring Tolerance message from Nelson Mandela has run in 82 countries. It debuted on April 30, 2006 in the program 60 MINUTES on CBS and is believed to be Nelson Mandela's first ever PSA on...
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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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