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  [caption id="attachment_3348" align="alignleft" width="300"] ℅ Conversations with Uncle O.R. Tambo[/caption]   Tuesday, the 8th of May, saw the launch of a new book: Conversations with Uncle O.R. Tambo - Childhood Memoirs in Exile, and a wonderful addition to the Tambo Centenary Archives. The book, edited by Ambassador Lindiwe Mabuza,...

  [caption id="attachment_3317" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Beeld/Herman Verwey/Media24[/caption]   If ever there was a stalwart it was Zola Skweyiya. When Oliver Tambo established the ANC’s Constitutional Committee in 1986, reporting directly to him as President of the organisation, he appointed Professor Jack Simons as its Chair and Dr Zola...

South African MPs would be offered a science policy orientation course next year, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor told the closing plenary of Science Forum South Africa. The plan is to roll this out to other African countries. Political buy-in is vital to science and...

‘One dream he had was that apartheid could transform into anti-apartheid’. The University of Pretoria celebrated the life and times of Oliver Reginald Tambo yesterday with the unveiling of a bust of Tambo, and the launch of the book Oliver Tambo’s Dream written by his old friend and...

This year marks the 100th year since a South African icon, Oliver Reginald Tambo, a stalwart of the South African liberation struggle, was born. The Carnivore Restaurant in Muldersdrift hosted the long-awaited unveiling of an OR Tambo painting in celebration of both his 100th birthday, and...