Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu was a South African freedom fighter, struggle activist and operative of the African National Congress militant wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe.Kalushi didn’t finish schooling as schools were forced to close because of the Soweto uprising riots. After that he fled to Mozambique where he joined the Umkhonto we Sizwe camps and later he went to Angola to receive Mikita training.
Former South African president Jacob Zuma's daughter, Dudu Zuma-Sambudla has called for the arrest of former apartheid president FW de Klerk as the nation remembers revolutionary fighter, Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu.
See the men behind June 16 1976 revolution (photos) Precisely on 16 June 1976 some spirited young men fought to free south Africa from oppressive apartheid regime. 4000 people were injured at the Soweto Uprising with deaths estimating up to 700. The violence continued till June 18. Student activists Khotso Seatlolo and Tsietsi Mashinini. Black Consciousness leaders Ongopotse Tiro and Bantu Biko are some of the men that led the struggle. Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu. Went into exile after the Soweto Uprising. Ca
The African National Congress (ANC) is commemorating the death of Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu. He was an ANC struggle activist who was executed by the Apartheid government on the 6 April 1979 at the age of 23. Although Mahlangu did not commit the crimes that the then government accused of him.
South Africa has entered its 26th year into democracy but it seems racism is no near ending. The division between black and white is still clear as sunny Sunday. The heartbreaking part is that the efforts of those fallen heros, who fought and sacrificed their for better education, for there to be equality between races, seem to be pouring down the drain. The likes of your Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu, Hector Peterson and more. Learners at Curro Roodeplaat which is an independent school in Kameeldrift, Pretoria that
Previous South African president Jacob Zuma's girl, Dudu Zuma-Sambudla has alluded to concerning the capture of previous politically-sanctioned racial segregation president FW de Klerk as the state recollects imaginative contender, Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu.
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Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu was murdered long time ago by the apartheid government for his undying spirit of fighting for what he believed it was right for his country as the whole. They hanged him in his cell in person after he was arrested. His death left many people devastated and his family still have unanswered questions
African National Congress (ANC) Treasurer-General, Paul Mashatile, says the gathering should not race to boot out pioneers accused of defilement.
Wrapping up the youth Month we remember a troika of Combatants freedom fighters ever to be witnessed
The former Secretary General of the South African Communist Party Chris Thembekile Hani, was a sacrosanct freedom fighter extra-ordinaire who loved his country and its people dearly and was ready to die so that through his struggle and commitment they could finally enjoy freedom no matter his absence. Chris still very much missed within the tripartite alliance that has over the years failed to live to his hopes and ethos for the country, he was the man of integrity in one of his favorite quotes not long before
On the 16th of June 1976 demonstrations and protests that were Led by black school children began in Soweto. Famously known as the Soweto uprising, students from different schools took to the streets of Soweto in response to the introduction of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction in schools. The youth of 1976 was extra ordinary , they had a clear vision and they were not captured and todays youth has more to learn from their unity of purpose. 4000 people were injured at the Soweto Uprising with deaths es
Written by Sphe J Hadebe Today marks 42 years since Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu was killed by the apartheid regime for fighting for freedom in South Africa in 1979.