Item 281 - Apartheid's Private Army [cover title] / Mabangalala : The Rise of Right-Wing Vigilantes in South Africa

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ZA COM ASColl-281

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Apartheid's Private Army [cover title] / Mabangalala : The Rise of Right-Wing Vigilantes in South Africa

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(1952–)

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Lawyer, anti-apartheid activist, public servant and diplomat. Before 1994 he was involved in initiatives to promote peace or expose state-sponsored violence. He was President Mandela’s chief legal adviser from 1994-1999 and from 1999-2002 chaired the Burundi peace-talks which Mandela was facilitating. He joined the United Nations in 2005 and served in various UN initiatives promoting or facilitating peace.

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Nicholas Haysom (Author)

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