wnl35. AAM Women’s Newsletter 35, Spring 1988
Theresa Ramashamola was the only woman among the Sharpeville Six, who were condemned to hang because they took part in a township demonstration at which a black councillor was killed. The AAM Women’s Committee campaigned for her release and this issue of the newsletter advertised a women’s protest at the South African Embassy in London. It also carried an interview with Sister Bernard Ncube, released after being held in detention for 16 months and a report of Leeds Women Against Apartheid’s car cavalcade collecting materials for the ANC’s Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College in Tanzania.
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