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George Bizos dies at 92

Renowned human rights lawyer George Bizos, who defended Nelson Mandela and other struggle icons during the treason trial and Rivonia trial, represented families at the TRC, and later represented Marikana miners’ families, has died

Some are more equal than others

It’s do what we say, not what we do, as the ANC lays Andrew Mlangeni to rest

Comrade Andrew Mlangeni was the embodiment of service

Kgalema Motlanthe paid tribute to ANC struggle stalwart Andrew Mlangeni, who died on Tuesday, at his 95th birthday celebrations last month

Cartoon — Carlos: Reunited again

The Rivonia trialists welcome Mlangeni home

Andrew Mlangeni: A comrade until the end

The foundations of former Rivonia trialists reflect on the loyalty of the comrades who fought for democracy.

Andrew Mlangeni: The ‘backroom boy’ with a twinkle in his eye

The Rivionia Trialist was a humble, steadfast and sincere man

Rivonia trial veteran Andrew Mlangeni dies

The anti-apartheid struggle veteran was the last remaining defendant of the historic 1963-1964 trial

A full life, well lived

Denis Goldberg was a forthcoming, funny, angry, brutally honest and impressive man who never stopped fighting for what he believed in

Denis Goldberg: Man of integrity, freedom fighter and true mensch

One of the truest tests of integrity is its blunt refusal to be compromised. — Chinua Achebe

Anti-apartheid veteran Denis Goldberg dies

Convicted along with Nelson Mandela and eight others, the Rivonia Trialist spent his golden years active in the ANC although he called out its faults

February 11 1990: Mandela’s media conquest

Nelson Mandela’s release from prison was also South Africa’s first ‘media event’. And, despite the NP’s, and the SABC’s, attempt to control the narrative, the force of Madiba’s personality meant that he emerged as a celebrity

Accused #2 back in the dock

A virtual reality film about the Rivonia Trial points to the loss of our historical records

Idolised, immobilised and vilified

Winnie Mandela threw in her lot with patriarchy but, when measured against its benchmarks of a ‘good woman’, she was found to be flawed.

Mlangeni unearths the land of his father

Lucas Ledwaba talks to ANC stalwart Andrew Mlangeni about his experience of dispossession and land restitution

Marxism of a special type

His dissident views made him a renegade communist, but a new biography confirms Harold Wolpe as an influential radical voice.

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