Nkosiyakhe Amos Masondo

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Biographical information

First name: 
Nkosiyakhe
Middle name: 
Amos
Last name: 
Masondo
Date of birth: 
21-April-1953
Location of birth: 
Soweto,Johannesburg,South Africa
Prison Name : 
Robben Island
Prison Number : 
14/2239
Prison Release Date: 
81.05.20
Miscellaneous: 
824 Senalane Township<br>johannesburg

Nkosiyakhe Amos Masondo was born on April 21,1953 in Soweto,one of nine children,his parents were tenants on a white farm near Louwsburg in the Northern Natal.The family migrated to Johannesburg in stages,Masondo began school at the age of ten in Soweto.In the 1970s Masondo came under the influence of Tom Manthata,a teacher at Sekano Ntoane High School,who promoted the ideas of black consciousness and helped to foster the South African Student Movement (SASM).


References:
• Gail M. Gerhart, Teresa Barnes, Antony Bugg-Levine, Thomas Karis, Nimrod Mkele .From Protest to Challenge 4-Political Profiles (1882-1990) http://www.jacana.co.za/component/virtuemart/?keyword=from+protest+to+ch... (last accessed 01 August 2019)

Last updated : 01-Aug-2019

This article was produced by South African History Online on 15-Mar-2012

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