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A Tribute to Denis Goldberg Preface Foreword Chapter 1 A Marvellous Life! Denis Goldberg, South Africa and the World Chapter 2 Denis Goldberg and the Modern Youth Society Chapter 3 The Life...
Author: Denis Goldberg
Sam Goldberg is dead. But he lives on. One of the characters in the sell-out play, “Cincinatti”, was based on Sam, who died in Johannesburg this week. Sam was alisted person under the Suppression of...
Author: Denis Goldberg
Comments and Personal Observations written in December 1991 as part of group reports at the end of our studies at Institut Tadbiram Awam Negara (INTAN), the Malaysian Government Civil Service...
Author: Denis Goldberg
Preface In the decade preceding the dramatic February 1990 unbanning of South Africa’s black liberatory movements, many hundreds of concerned South Africans undertook to make contact with exile...
Author: Michael Savage
Author: Julie Parle and Vanessa Noble
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Occasional Publications of the Natal Society Foundation
Table Mountain and the curved spine of hills associated with it define the city of Cape Town. The prevailing summer and winter winds, from the south east and northwest respectively, had carved the...
Author: Zweledinga Pallo Jordan
Comrade Mendi Msimang and the family and relatives, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, Ministers, Premiers, Deputy Ministers and MECs, Ministers from within SADC and other foreign dignitaries...
Author: Jacob Zuma
Publication date: 22 December, 2009
The African National Congress (ANC) pays tribute to the late anti-apartheid campaigner Helen Suzman who has died at the age of 91. As a Member of Parliament and a vocal critic against apartheid, the...
Author: African National Congress
Publication date: 1 Jaunary, 2009
The National Executive Committee of the ANC met over the weekend of the 19th to 21st September 2008, to deliberate on various pertinent issues. After careful debate and discussion the NEC decided to...
Author: Jacob Zuma
Publication date: 22 September, 2008
Sibongile ‘Promise’ Khumalo claims that, after running away from home in the 1970s to receive military training in exile, she was sexually abused by the then PAC president. (Photographer: Oupa Nkosi...
Author: Carl Collison
Publication date: 27 October 2017
Friends, 20 years ago London hosted a historic concert which called for our freedom. Your voices carried across the water to inspire us in our prison cells far away. Tonight, we are free. We are...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 27 June, 2008
Friends, thank you for joining us here this evening, and your support for our causes. It is a great privilege having been able to travel here in our 90th year and be in the presence of so many good...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 25 June, 2008
President Johnson-Sirleaf, distinguished guests, friends, ladies and gentlemen, We have for years remarked about people coming to such events primarily to see what an old man looks like. To see a...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 12 July, 2008
I am pleased to be here today, to enjoy the warm company of friends like Nadine Gordimer, and to know that Seamus Heaney is with us through his words. That I am being honoured by Amnesty...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 1 November, 2006
Friends Comrades I have so often announced my retirement from public life that nobody believes me anymore - not even my closest advisors or friends, it seems. Every time some so-called last event...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 5 June, 2005
Ladies and Gentlemen Comrades and Friends Thank you for attending this function at the invitation of an old man. What you have just witnessed could be described as one old man giving another old...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 21 September, 2004

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