- 1983-12-11 - 1983-12-17 (Creation)
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Fatima Meer, Swarthmore College near Philadelphia in U.S.A. – from Jan. to May.
Will also travel to India & Saudi Arabia.
Average poll in Black Township elections – 21,9% for the 25 councils.
1,009,7800 voters. Average ranged from 5,8% in Evaton to 33,5 in Seisoville.
Archbishop Huddleston, president of AAM, has unveiled a plaque in Leeds, Yorkshire, officially naming gardens in front of the city’s g[?] civic hall after jailed ANC leader, NM. The plaque, made of slate, describes M as “symbol of resistance to apartheid in SA” & records a statement made by him. The unveiling ceremony followed a meeting in the City Hall at which several people spoke of M. A message from U.N. Secretary General Mr Javier Perez de Cuellar [Javier Pérez de Cuéllar] was also read.
Jailed SA black nationalist leader NM has been named recipient of the International Union of students (IUS) “November 17 Award” for 1983. Award given to people who had struggled for the achievement of peace, democracy & social progress.
17th November 1919 Medal (International Union of Students)
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- Africa » South Africa » Western Cape » Cape Town » Tokai » Pollsmoor Prison
- Europe » United Kingdom » Leeds
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- Meer, Fatima (Subject)
- Huddleston, Trevor (Subject)