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Description DM2008102115:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:DEC 1959 - Banished - Ben Bartman reading newspaper - The Man Who Broke Down - Koppie B. Bartman, tough A.N.C. leader, had tears in his eyes when he said goodbye to his wife and four kids at Worcester (Cape) station. He is exiled in Zululand. Eighty two African men and women are today living in exile in South Africa. They have been sent away from their homes - sometimes with barely time to grab a tooth-brush - to fend for themselves in strange, desolate areas for an indefinite period. No trial, No Explanation. Many are near starvation, as are their wives and children. (Photograph by Peter Magubane BAHA)
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Collections Baileys African History Archive
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Creation_date 1959-12-19T00:00:00
Title Banished!
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