Veteran anti-Apartheid leader Ronnie Kasrils speaks to Tribune about the experiences that shaped him, from growing up as a Jew in the 1940s to the fight against South Africa’s white supremacist regime.
Veterans of South Africa’s anti-apartheid movement write about their dismay at Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension – and ask, how many Labour MPs can match his record in the fight against racism?
In 1982, anti-apartheid leader Ruth First was killed when a parcel bomb sent by South African police exploded in her office. Her comrade Ronnie Kasrils remembers her revolutionary life.
Ronnie Kasrils remembers his comrade Andrew Mlangeni, giant of the South African struggle against apartheid who spent 26 years in the cell beside Nelson Mandela at Robben Island.