Brothers to us: the story of a remarkable family's fight against apartheid
Biographical study of four brothers who struggled against apartheid in South Africa at great risk to themselves and their families. Tells how they played in South Africa's first mixed-race rugby match, became rugby coaches in black townships where they tried to politicise the players, and eventually became underground ANC operatives. Includes foreword by John Pilger, references and index. The author's other publications include 'The Jacaranda Years' and 'The Last Bastion'.
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