Published by the HSRC and the Robben Island Museum, this important book is a product of both research and narration by Raymond Mhlaba to Thembeka Mufamadi, a researcher of the HSRC, who was also seconded to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Raymond Mhlaba tells his remarkable life story with frankness. Now serving as Ambassador to Uganda and Rwanda, Raymond Mhlaba was the first Premier of the Eastern Cape Province. Prior to that, as a Rivonia treason trialist, he had spent over 20 years in prison with Mandela.
Raymond Mhlaba's Personal Memoirs
Reminiscing from Rwanda and Uganda
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