Walter & Albertina Sisulu: In Our Lifetime
New Africa Books, 15/09/2011 - 672 من الصفحات
Special edition in 2014 on the occasion of 20 years of democracy in South Africa. First published in 2002. A joint biography of husband and wife Walter Sisulu (1912-2003) en Albertina Sisulu, born Nontsikelelo Thetiwe (1918-2011). Born in small villages and with limited opportunities, they joined the African National Congress (ANC) and became two of the most prominent figures in the struggle against apartheid and for human rights in South Africa. The book tells the story of their marriage, politics, suffering and harassment, detention and 26 years of separation when Walter was imprisoned by the apartheid state. Walter Sisulu became secretary-general of the ANC and Albertina the co-president of the United Democratic Front, deputy president of the ANC Women's League and a member of parliament.
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Foreword by Nelson Mandela
Bibliography Further Reading
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