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Thembelani Xundu on his role in the attack General Topics Download Audio (1.51 MB)
Beth Savage on her injury during the attack General Topics Download Audio (9.09 MB)
Rev. Colin Jooste on Black Theology General Topics Download Audio (1.82 MB)
Rev. Colin Jooste on sexual abuse and detention General Topics Download Audio (2.02 MB)
Miriam Makeba: Nants' indod' emnyama Verwoerd Pasop General Topics Download Video (2.41 MB)
Valda van Heerden gives a private account of her father's life. General Topics Download Audio (4.48 MB)
Thabo Mbeki, 'I am an African', 1996. General Topics Download Audio (3.02 MB)
Nonkosi Limba-Mpondo on her early memories of Poqo General Topics Download Audio (1.14 MB)
Nohle Mohapi-Mbetshu on his political life and attempt to leave the country General Topics Download Audio (5.30 MB)
Lunga Lefume on the school boycott at Forbes Grant General Topics Download Audio (4.97 MB)
Khanyisa Matsheke on police brutality General Topics Download Audio (6.81 MB)
John Smith on the psychological effects of detention General Topics Download Audio (709.32 kB)
PAC activist and ex-Robben Islander discusses the 1963 attack on the local police station General Topics Download Audio (3.80 MB)
Rev. Pat Ncaca on malicious damage to church property. Rev. Pat Ncaca Download Audio (6.16 MB)
Promotia Mangcu remembering Mohapi at home. Promotia Mangcu Download Audio (3.94 MB)
Promotia Mangcu recalls a Forbes Grant Secondary farewell party Promotia Mangcu Download Audio (3.83 MB)
Promotia Mangcu Activist and secretary for the Mxenges Promotia Mangcu Download Audio (5.22 MB)
Phila Ngqumba recalls the trauma of the shooting Phila Ngqumba Download Audio (1.17 MB)
Phila Ngqumba remembers Grey Hospital after the massacre Phila Ngqumba Download Audio (927.80 kB)
Phila Ngqumba on the amalgamation of a Rugby Union Phila Ngqumba Download Audio (1.19 MB)

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  • Idabi lenkululeko eQonce

    The following oral excerpts are displayed in context in the new struggle exhibition, Idabi lenkululeko eQonce. Full-length interviews are preserved in the museum archives. Copyright restrictions apply. The project of collecting local struggle narratives is a vital and ongoing endeavour.

    A recording booth is available in the exhibition for new narratives. Please ask the History section staff for assistance.

    Item Count:
    37