5 edition of Oliver Tambo and the struggle against apartheid found in the catalog.
by Sterling Publishers, in collaboration with Namedia Foundation in New Delhi
Written in English
Festschrift honoring Oliver Tambo, b. 1919, South African freedom fighter; comprises transcript of his speeches and articles by authors on apartheid.
|Statement||edited by E.S. Reddy.|
|Contributions||Tambo, Oliver, 1917-, Reddy, E. S.|
|LC Classifications||DT763 .O57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 172 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||88900402|
(2 Jul ) South African anti-apartheid fighter Oliver Tambo speaking at a press conference in Lusaka, Zambia. You can license this story through AP Archiv. : oliver tambo. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. All Your Today's Deals Gift Cards & Top Up Sell Help Home & Garden Electronics Books PC.
Oliver Tambo Government Like Organization Leaving We had to forge an alliance of strength based not on colour but on commitment to the total abolition of apartheid and oppression; we would seek allies, of whatever colour, as long as they were totally agreed on our liberation aims. The struggle against apartheid in South Africa was perhaps the greatest transnational social movement of the post-World War II era. Figures like Nelson Mandela are rightly associated with this history, but the Left is less often remembered. The book and forthcoming documentary London Recruits offers a corrective to this. Both serve as a.
Statement by Oliver Tambo on behalf of the National Liberation Movements, at the special meeting on Africa Liberation Day during the International Conference On Sanctions Against South Africa. There can be no peace or stability in Southern Africa without the destruction of Apartheid. Oliver Tambo, one of the towering leaders of the African National Congress' struggle against apartheid, died Saturday of a stroke at the age of 75, at a critical juncture in his country's history.
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And to mobilise world public opinion against apartheid. It is our firm conviction that these combined efforts will culminate in victory for the forces seeking freedom and dignity for the people of South Africa. Oliver Tambo is an eloquent spokesman of these forces. My wish for him on his 70th birthday,File Size: KB.
The book follows the changing nature of the African nationalist movement over these years, focusing on the central roles Mandela and Oliver Tambo have played in the African National Congress and the ANC's success in overcoming government opposition and persecution to reemerge as the recognized voice of the anti-apartheid movement.5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Oliver Tambo and the struggle against apartheid. [Oliver Tambo; E S Reddy;] -- Festschrift honoring Oliver Tambo, b.South African freedom fighter; comprises transcript of his speeches and articles by authors on apartheid.
Table of Contents: Preface; Message; Alas. Africa!; Homage to the Spearhead; Oliver Tambo: A Tribute; Oliver Reginald Tambo: Biographical Sketch; The Struggle for a Birthright: From Plaatje to Tambo, From Seme to Mandela; Africa and Freedom: Chief Albert Luthuli's Nobel Lecture; Oliver Tambo on Nelson Mandela; Oliver Tambo on Mandela and the Nehru Award; Nelson Mandela's Letter to India.
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Oliver Reginald Tambo was, as acting president of the African National Congress (ANC), a principal spokesman for the Black African opposition to apartheid in South Africa. He remained active in the ANC, ultimately living to witness the political end of apartheid in the early s.
Oliver Reginald Tambo (27 October – 24 April ) was a South African anti-apartheid politician and revolutionary who served as President of the African National Congress (ANC) from. Oliver Tambo was the acting president of the African National Congress, the South African anti-apartheid political party.
Tambo served primarily in : Mandela, Tambo, and the African National Congress: The Struggle Against Apartheid,A Documentary Survey: The Struggle Against Apartheid, - A Documentary Survey - Kindle edition by Johns, Sheridan, Davis, R.
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For 30 years Oliver Reginald Tambo was central to the struggle against apartheid. With so many of his comrades imprisoned, he served as. struggle. The addresses of Oliver Tambo before the United Nations are a reflection of his efforts - first as head of the external mission of the ANC and later as its President-General - to mobilise world opinion against apartheid and in favour of the struggle of his people.
They are, in fact, landmarks in international action against Size: KB. In he joined the law practice of Nelson Mandela where they were able to assist Blacks in their struggle against apartheid. In Chief Albert Luthuli was elected President of the ANC and Tambo was appointed as national secretary in place of Walter Sisulu, who had been banned by the government as a result of the Defiance Campaign.
This book seeks to provide for its readers an understanding of the evolution of the struggle against apartheid, the aspirations and demands of the ANC and its leaders, the central issues in the discourse of African politics, and the role of Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo in South African politics from the time of World War II.
In Oliver Tambo's Dream, Sachs writes about the years he spent working under Tambo's leadership in exile preparing for a post-apartheid constitutional order in South Africa and about the extreme crises that were overcome during the post constitution-making process to.
It is impossible to over-estimate the contribution that Oliver Tambo made to the liberation of his country, South Africa. He was the person that led the African National Congress (ANC) through 30 years of exile, when the rest of the leadership were in prison, when the organisation was banned, when thousands and thousands of people in exile needed support and direction.
A few years later, after having gotten deeply involved in the anti-apartheid struggle as he worked as a teacher, Tambo elected to study law by correspondence through Unisa in Author: Andile Smith. Following the early tribulations regarding the leadership of the African National Congress, he was sent abroad to help steer the party while it continued the fight against apartheid.
In Z. Pallo Jordan’s book, Oliver Tambo Remembered: His Life in Exile, we get the portrait of a man who was not only concerned with the liberation of his country Author: Chiira Maina. Table of Contents: Preface; Introduction; A Biographical Note; Appeal for Action to Stop Repression and Trials in South Africa; Make Accomplices of Apartheid Account for their Conduct; Present Stage of the Struggle against Apartheid in South Africa; Need for New Level of International Action against Apartheid; Mobilise World Support for African Liberation Struggle; Increase Assistance to.
Nelson Mandela, David Astor and the Observer: the struggle against apartheid InMandela visited the Observer's London office and said: 'I thank you for all. Mr. Oliver Tambo, President of the African National Congress of South Africa addresses United Nations Special Committee Against Apartheid: United Nations, New York, 11 June by Oliver Tambo (Book).Oliver Tambo, an African politician and activist against apartheid, was born on this date in Oliver Reginald Tambo was born in the village of Kantolo, about 20 km from Bizana in Pondoland.
His mother, Julia, was the third wife of Mzimeni Tambo, son of a farmer and assistant salesman at .Oliver Tambo and the Struggle Against Apartheid. Stosius/Advent Books Division. pp. Oliver Tambo; Adelaide Tambo. Preparing for Power: Oliver Tambo Speaks.
G. Braziller. pp. AUTHORITIES. Below are references indicating presence of this name in another database or other reference material. Most of the sources listed are.