Tag Archives: Zephania Mothopeng

Zephania Mothopeng in London, 1989

Some time ago, we wrote about the rally organised in London in July 1989 at which Zephania Mothopeng, the President of the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania spoke. Thanks to friends in the Netherlands who were previously involved with the Azania … Continue reading

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Former British ambassador praises the Non-Stop Picket

A work email account can often bring pain, as new, unanticipated tasks make unexpected and competing demands on one’s time, derailing the best laid plans.  This week, however, an email arrived that had quite the opposite effect – we received … Continue reading

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Zolile Hamilton Keke: A Pan-Africanist fighter remembered

We were saddened to learn of the death last week of one of the Non-Stop Picket’s staunchest South African supporters, Zolile Hamilton Keke.  Comrade Keke, as he was universally known to non-stop picketers, was the Chief Representative in the UK … Continue reading

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Zephania Mothopeng in London, 1989

Zephania Mothopeng, President of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, was released from his third term of imprisonment in apartheid South Africa in October 1988 due to his rapidly declining health.  In April 1989, he travelled to London for medical … Continue reading

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