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Description DM2000012519:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:BOXING:SEP1957 - Treason: End of Round One - To keep fit, Nelson Mandela, solicitor, was at Jerry Moloi's boxing gym at Orlando every evening. He's shadow-sparring with Moloi (right) a professional featherweight. As the biggest case in South Africa's history lumbered to the end of its first stage this August 1957, the 156 accused men and women wondered how many of them would be back in court again. The 156 national leaders had first appeared at a preparatory examination into treason at the end of 1956, in the specially constructd court at the Drill Hall, Johannesburg; they had spent their lives in and out of court for most of 1957; and they could now see the possibility of the same prospect for the third calendar year, 1958, if they were committed for trial in the Supreme Court. (Photograph by Drum photographer � Baileys Archive)
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Keywords Boxing,personality,Drum Magazine,South Africa,South African history,black and white image,square,politics,September,1957,Nelson Mandela,Jerry Moloi,ANC,1950s,
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