freedom and Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa:Recognizing Guyana's Contribution
MetadataShow full item record
Abstract: The Caribbean held the singular view that Apartheid was more important for dismantling than the 'Cold War', for life would have been backward-looking if yesterday's slavery would have morphed into Apartheid today. Hence, connecting the descendant of slaves with their ancestrial home in Africa is to shun blindness for justice and to allow Ubuntu (or human kindness or humanity towards others) to thrive. This paper addresses this issue in the context of the liberation struggle for Southern Africa. It highlights the specific contributions by Guyanese who used their talent and skills in the struggle to end Apartheid in South Africa
Foreign Service Unit(FSU) Ministry of Foreign Affairs,Guyana
Economic sanctions--South Africa.