8-Year Letter Writing War Against Apartheid
Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe 8-Year Letter Writing War Against Apartheid to free her husband.
About apartheid political prisoner Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe and his wife Zondeni.
Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe 8 year letter writing campaign from 1960-1968 to white elected officials during Apartheid were part of her activist's toolkit demanding good quality healthcare and release of her husband, Apartheid political prisoner Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe.
|Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe |
wife of Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe
and their twin boys
At the end of his three-year sentence on May 3, 1963, Parliament enacted a General Law Amendment Act and included the Sobukwe Clause, which legally permitted the Minister of Justice, Frans Christiaan Erasmus to prolong the detention of any political prisoner indefinitely.
|Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe|
She did not stop there, Mrs. Sobukwe wrote letters to lawyers requesting they intercede in order to force Robben Island's Medical officials to consult an independent doctor, but this request was also refused.
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