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uPhillip Kgosana: 1936 – 20th April 2017

Philip Kgosana in London

Akuwona wonke umuntu ongazinikela abe nesiphiwo sokuhola izinkulungwane ezingaphezulu kweziyishumi zabantu emigwaqeni yedolobha elikhulu, bezibeka engozini engabehlela esandleni samaphoyisa. Lokhu kwenziwa ngumholi we-Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), uPhillip Kgosana mhla zingu30 March 1960 ngemuva kwezinsuku ezimbalwa amaphoyisa adubula abulala abantu ababebhikisha ngosuku oselwaziwa nge-Sharpville Massacre. UKgosana udlule emhlabeni namuhla eneminyaka engu 80 ubudala. Wayeneminyaka engu 23 […]

The Two Berthas

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While the large majority of the people viewed as heroes of the anti-apartheid movement are men, women too played a very significant role in the fight for democracy in South Africa. While for some that role was in the form of supportive mothers and wives, who made it possible for men to leave their families […]

Philip Kgosana: 1936-20th April 2017

Philip Kgosana in London

Not many men or women have the dedication and charisma to lead tens of thousands of people through the city streets, exposing both themselves and their followers to the potential might of the police. Yet, this is what Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) leader, Philip Kgosana, did on the 30th March 1960, just days after dozens of protestors […]