A BENEFIT FOR NTABISANG MABUZA A VICTIM OF APARTHEID'S VIOLENCE

by Charlotteans for a Free Southern Africa
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Early 1990
3 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage in Africa: Southern Africa, Botswana
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Brochure for a benefit on March 10, 1990 at the Afro-American Culture Center for Ntabisang Mabuza. The brochure says on June 14, 1986 South African security forces conducted a border raid into Gaborone, Botswana during which they attacked the home of Anna Mabuza, a South African refugee and shot her daughter Ntabisang in the abdomen and back. Ntabisang is now a paraplegic in constant pain. The brochure says cosponsors with Charlotteans for a Free Southern Africa are the Afro-American Cultural Center and the Charlotte Organizing Project Fund for a Free South Africa. [Note: the correct spelling of the name may be Nthabiseng Mabuza.] 
Used by permission of Lyndall Hare, a former member of Charlotteans for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Private collection of Lyndall Hare