Randolph Vigne was a member of the Liberal Party in South Africa. In 1963, he was banned and his house in Cape Town firebombed. In exile in London, he worked closely with the Anti-Apartheid Movement and the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF). In 1969 he was a founder of Friends of Namibia, later renamed the Namibia Support Committee. This interview was conducted during the conference A Decade of Freedom: Celebrating the Role of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa's Freedom Struggle held in Durban, South Africa, October 10-13, 2004.
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