: Pogrund (B.) ed.

R 265.00
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276pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2019


Contributions include:
"The Man Whose Sacrifice and Suffering Changed South Africa" by Benjamin Pogrund
"A Voice That Could not Be Silenced" by N. Barney Pityana
"Radical Politics, Yes, but, with Civility and Humility" by Adam Habib and Alexandra Leisegang
"The 'Political Spirituality' of Sobukwe's Leadership" by Kwandiwe Kondlo
"Blacks and Whites in Building a Just South Africa" by Bobby Godsell
"Farmers: common ground is needed for land reform" by Willem Pretorius
"Shallow Non-Racialism Destroys Our People" by Ishmail Mkhabela
"The Indomitable Spirit of Sobukwe is Testament to our African Agenda" by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

Robert Sobukwe (1924-1978), founder and leader of the Pan-Africanist Congress, and journalist Benjamin Pogrund, former Deputy Editor of the Rand Daily Mail, were personal friends and continued to communicate while Sobukwe was in prison on Robben Island. Pogrund is the author of the biography on Sobukwe, How Can Man Die Better, the life of Robert Sobukwe and Sobukwe and Apartheid. His other books include Nelson Mandela and War of Words: memoir of a South African journalist.