Cooper, Sathasivian

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Cooper, Sathasivian

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  • Cooper, Sathasivan (Saths)

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  • Saths

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11 Dec 1950-

History

Psychologist and anti-apartheid activist. Proponent of Black Consciousness. Secretary of the Black People’s Convention, 1972. Banned and restricted to the Durban magisterial district for five years in 1973. Convicted for assaulting a policeman during a strike in 1973. Sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment in 1974 on Robben Island for helping to organise rallies that celebrated the victory of the Mozambican Liberation Movement. He was released on 20 December 1982. Elected vice-president of the Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO) in 1983.

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ZA-COM-04307

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