A Tribute to Ahmed Kathrada

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A tribute to Ahmed Kathrada

A tribute to Ahmed Kathrada We are called upon to unite the movement Isithwalandwe Seaparankoe Ahmed Kathrada was a humble freedom fighter and a remarkable human being, a person of extraordinary courage and boundless compassion. Like others of his generation, he was shaped both by the tumultuous epoch through which he lived and the popular …

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#TamboFriday features Victoria Mxenge

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#TamboFriday features Victoria Mxenge Civil rights lawyer, tireless activist who paid the ultimate price for her support of the struggle

This #TamboFriday the spotlight is on Victoria Mxenge, lawyer and tireless activist who paid the ultimate price for her support of the struggle, gunned down in front of her children. Learn more about Victoria Mxenge. Download a FREE poster of Victoria Mxenge here. Subscribe to the #SIYAVUMA newsletter and look out for our competitions (Terms …

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SIYAVUMA Newsletter Competition Winners!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR #SIYAVUMA NEWSLETTER COMPETITION WINNERS! Anton Lembede book winners: Itumeleng Joy Bositang Molulaqhooa Maoyi Monaheng Maloisane Dennis Madisakwane Tinyiko Brael Chauke Lerato Thobegane Percy Mathebula Emmanuel Lucky Mvundla Lynette Lagardien Xolani Jafta Kalushi DVD winners: Luzuko Melapi Nzulu Gona Mandla Phiri Andile Siyo Victor Mabule Shane Noruka Penuel Ndzimba Mpho Mbonani Kelibone Cholo-Yalezo …

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Timeline of Victoria Mxenge

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victoria mxenge timeline

Victoria Mxenge was born in Tamara Village, King William’s Town, Eastern Cape on 1 January 1942. She qualified as a nurse at Victoria Hospital in 1964 and moved to KwaZulu-Natal soon after marrying lawyer and activist Griffiths Mxenge. Her husband was imprisoned on Robben Island not long after their marriage. After his release from Robben Island he was served with a two-year banning order which was followed by intermittent detentions including 109 days in solitary confinement. …

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Job Growth

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Job Growth and transformation is addressed

Delegates to the ANC National Policy Conference agreed that radical socio-economic transformation would not be achieved without far higher levels of growth and significant creation of new jobs. This transformation needs to take place alongside broad-based black economic empowerment and the strengthening of the state. The Conference said radical socio-economic transformation entails fundamental change in …

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