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Oliver Tambo: Beyond the Ngele Mountains
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New Africa Books
ISBN
9780864866660
Oliver Tambo: Beyond the Ngele MountainsBorn in 1917 in Bizana in the Eastern Cape, Oliver Reginald Tambo became Nelson Mandela's legal partner and a prominent member of the ANC's Youth League. Following the Sharpeville massacre in 1960, Tambo left South Africa to set up the ANC's international mission. He died on the eve of liberation in 1993.About the authorLULI CALLINICOS, one of South Africa's most respected social historians, is an award-winning author, highly acclaimed for some of the country's most significant social commentaries of our time. Her published work includes Gold and Workers, A Place in the City" and "The World That Made Mandela".Author Luli CallinicosISBN 0864866666, 9780864866660Format PaperbackPages 672p.
Oliver Tambo: Beyond the Ngele Mountains

Born in 1917 in Bizana in the Eastern Cape, Oliver Reginald Tambo became Nelson Mandela's legal partner and a prominent member of the ANC's Youth League. Following the Sharpeville massacre in 1960, Tambo left South Africa to set up the ANC's international mission. He died on the eve of liberation in 1993.

About the author
LULI CALLINICOS, one of South Africa's most respected social historians, is an award-winning author, highly acclaimed for some of the country's most significant social commentaries of our time. Her published work includes Gold and Workers, A Place in the City" and "The World That Made Mandela".

Author Luli Callinicos
ISBN 0864866666, 9780864866660
Format Paperback
Pages 672p.
Oliver Tambo: Beyond the Ngele Mountains

Born in 1917 in Bizana in the Eastern Cape, Oliver Reginald Tambo became Nelson Mandela's legal partner and a prominent member of the ANC's Youth League. Following the Sharpeville massacre in 1960, Tambo left South Africa to set up the ANC's international mission. He died on the eve of liberation in 1993.

About the author
LULI CALLINICOS, one of South Africa's most respected social historians, is an award-winning author, highly acclaimed for some of the country's most significant social commentaries of our time. Her published work includes Gold and Workers, A Place in the City" and "The World That Made Mandela".

Author Luli Callinicos
ISBN 0864866666, 9780864866660
Format Paperback
Pages 672p.