Abdul Minty was Honorary Secretary of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1962 to 1994. He recalls the fear among ANC leaders in 1963-4 that Nelson Mandela and his comrades would be hanged.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Barbara Castle was President of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1962 to 1964. She organised a vigil at the 1961 Commonwealth conference at which South Africa was forced to leave the Commonwealth.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Christabel Gurney helped organise the first protests against Barclays Bank in the early 1970s. She remembers how protesters disrupted Barclays’ annual general meeting in 1972.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


David Kenvyn joined the Anti-Apartheid Movement when he was a student in the late 1960s. He tells of his anger at the way black South Africans were treated under apartheid.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Ethel de Keyser was Executive Secretary of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1967 to 1974 and a long-term member of its Executive Committee. She explains how resistance within South Africa sparked support in Britain.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Labour MP Bob Hughes was Chair of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1976 to 1994. He describes the cumulative effect of anti-apartheid campaigns over many years and the broad base of support in Britiain for the Anti-Apartheid Movement.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Mike Terry was Executive Secretary of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1975 to 1994. He reflects on the growth of anti-apartheid feeling in Britain and the strength of its ties to apartheid South Africa.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement.The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Mike Terry remembers the international campaign to stop the execution of Solomon Mahlangu and the trauma of Mahlangu’s hanging in 1979.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg


Vella Pillay came to Britain from South Africa in 1948 and was a founder member of the Anti-Apartheid Movement. He recalls how he felt when he voted in South Africa's first democratic election in 1994.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg