South Africa: Overcoming Apartheid


Sahdhan Naidoo and His Cows

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Sahdhan Naidoo was manager of a farm operated by the African National Congress in Zambia operated to help support ANC members in exile there. On April 15, 1989, he was assassinated by a South African agent who infiltrated the ANC. Sahdhan's mother was Phyllis Naidoo, who also was forced into exile. His father was M.D. Naidoo, who spent five-and-a-half years on Robben Island and then lived in London.


Collection: Phyllis Naidoo Collection, Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre, University of KwaZulu-Natal

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