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  • Author:
    Elias Masilela
  • ISBN:
    0864867069
  • ISBN13:
    978-0864867063
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  • Publisher:
    New Africa Books; 1st Edition edition (September 15, 2011)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Africa
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The reason why I took it upon myself to correct the distortion of history as written by the author of the book entitled Number 43 Trelawney Park – KwaMagogo, Elias Masilela was to honour those fine soldiers of our movement who. King mswati sets para-military police on workers. SSN Statement- 3 October, 2019.

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He is the Non-executive Chairman of this entity. Top 40 list, Alan Paton nominee for 2007. Previous employers are the Central Bank of Swaziland, National Treasury and Sanlam. The title of the book is Number 43 Trelawney Park; kwaMagogo. The book was amongst a few select titled identified to represent South Africa at the London Book Fair Market Focus in April 2010.

Documents the stories of ANC and PAC operatives who operated from Swaziland, and focuses on the base for operations undertaken by MK and APLA: Number 43 Trelawney Park - KwaMagogo. Download Free Books Downloader.

Executive Chairman, DNA Economics, South Africa. A founder Chairman of the Financial Sector Charter Council. He authored the book Number 43 Trelawney Park; kwaMagogo. RSS This page in: English.

Number 43, Trelawney Park, a modest house in a suburb of Manzini, Swaziland, was for many years a vital base of operations for the ANC. The house was known as KwaMagogo (“place of the grandmother”), after Rebecca Makgomo Masilela – the author’s mother – who provided sustenance and support to the cadres who operated from Swaziland during the liberation struggle.The book tells the stories of the ANC and PAC cadres who passed through Number 43, revealing their hopes and fears, and highlighting the high price that was paid for liberation. There is also fascinating background on high-profile operations, such as the Church Street bombing, and the activities of Eugene de Kock, Craig Williamson and Dirk Coetzee, as well as the defection of Glory September – ‘turned’ by the security police in 1986 – which unleashed a reign of terror in Swaziland. Rebecca Makgomo Masilela was recently bestowed with Order of Luthuli: Silver for meaningful contribution to the struggle for democracy, human rights, nation-building, justice and peace, and conflict resolution.Masilela offers a glimpse of what life was like in exile. The reader gets to know about the sacrifices made by young people, the tensions of living in a situation always fraught with danger … as well as coming to terms with betrayal.