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  • In a just world, the names Min Ko Naing and Ko Ko Gyi would be as well known as Steve Biko and Adam Michnik.

    (Notes on) Politics, Theory & Photography

  • President Thabo Mbeki, along with the families of slain activists such as Steve Biko and Chris Hani.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This we must do to ensure the all-round development of our people, to honour the memory of the martyrs, such as Steve Biko, and to give substance to the confidence that all humanity, including such anti-apartheid activists as

    ANC Today

  • This we must do to ensure the all-round development of our people, to honour the memory of the martyrs, such as Steve Biko, and to give substance to the confidence that all humanity, including such anti-apartheid activists as Ambassador Leslie O Harriman, had in us that we would use our freedom to build the people-centred society to which we are committed.

    ANC Today

  • Perhaps, today, I have no choice but to translate in the context of our current realities, the hints about our dead young men and women of the 1970s and the following decades, such as Steve Biko, and the hints about old men and mothers, and the offspring, including Steve Biko, taken soon out of their laps.

    Lecture delivered on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the death of Stephen Bantu Biko

  • Perhaps the nation needed to remember people whose deaths had seared its collective psyche, such as Steve Biko and Chris Hani, together on one day.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In 1977, SASO and other organisations were banned, and hundreds of its leaders imprisoned ­ including well-known leaders such as Steve Biko who later died in detention, Dan Montsitsi and Murphy Morobe and others.

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  • Families of fallen black consciousness leaders such as Steve Biko,

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Its sordid record features such ghastly crimes as the Soweto massacre, the assassination of detainees such as Steve Biko, the execution of opponents like Solomon Mahlangu, the murder of refugees as in Matola, numerous and savage crimes against the entire people of southern Africa, and the use of torture on a scale unequalled in the world.

    STATEMENT ON DEATH SENTENCES PASSED ON THREE MEMBERS OF ANC AND UMKHONTO WE SIZWE, AUGUST 20, 1981(1)

  • He was a member of Steve Biko's radical Black Consciousness movement and later the armed wing of the African National Congress ANC, Umkhonto we Sizwe, which means "Spear of the Nation".

    Who is Tokyo Sexwale, subject of the Blatter-Ferdinand Twitter row?

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