Apartheid Museum


In the years after joining the African National Congress (ANC) in 1943, Mandela – together with his young comrades, Oliver Tambo, Walter Sisulu and Anton Lembede – believed that the liberation struggle should be led by black Africans alone.

They were suspicious of the comrades from other races, and wary of the Communist Party. Over time, this narrow Africanist position was to change.

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Statesman Mandela Exhibition 2

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