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In the Words of South African Struggle Heroes free pdf 'We have lost a lot of freedom in the past 30 years. But it's only when we don't stand up for it that we lose all.' Alan Paton, teacher, author and liberal politician, 1978. 'If it is for the truth that I must die, so let it be.' Joe Seremane, political prisoner, later Democratic Alliance chairperson. 'In Africa, things sometimes happen upside down. Such as the sun first had to set on the continent before it rose, and not the other way around.' Mathews Phosa, ANC exile, politician and Afrikaans poet.

About George Claassen

George Claassen was a senior researcher at the Human Sciences Research Council and was the first winner of the SAASTA South African Science Communicator of the Year Award. Currently a lecturer at Stellenbosch University, Claassen is also the compiler of Die Groot Aanhalingsboek (Human

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Author : George Claassen
Publisher : The Penguin Group (SA) (Pty) Ltd
Data Published : 01 October 2012
ISBN : 0143527843
EAN : 9780143527848
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . 'We have lost a lot of freedom in the past 30 years. But it's only when we don't stand up for it that we lose all.' Alan Paton, teacher, author and liberal politician, 1978. 'If it is for the truth