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Fatima Meer founding member of the Federation of South African

Fatima Meer founding member of the Federation of South African

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Fatima Meer - founding member of the Federation of South African Women famous for arranging the Anti-Pass March at the Union Buildings in Pretoria in 1956.

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1928: Fatima Meer was born in Durban, daughter of Moosa and Amina Meer. 1940s: Established literacy classes for adults in her father's garage: She spent one ...

Twenty thousand brave women marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria in 1956 protesting the apartheid pass laws. (Image: Randburgsun)

“I lived in a South Africa which was full of challenges and I am grateful today that I more or less rose to the challenges.

Meer has been described as 'an exemplary Muslim', who is constantly striving, even in her 80th year, to improve the lot of her fellow people.

Fatima Meer - Political activist at 16 - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events.

(FATIMA MEER WITH ADVOCATE ISMAIL MAHOMED, NORMAN MAILER AND BOBBY MARIE) Meer also spoke about the lack of leadership among people of Indian-origin, ...

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... a founding member of FedSAW, Rahima Moosa, organiser of the Congress of the People, and Sophia Williams De-Bruyn, founder member of the South African ...

Birthday Tribute To Activist Fatima Meer

Fatima Meer: Memories of Love and Struggle

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South Africa's prominent anti-apartheid activist Fatima Meer who posthumously received the Order of Luthuli

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Indian-origin anti-apartheid activists receive South Africa's highest National Order awards - Connected To India

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She was a founding member of the Federation of South African Women, a key organisation involved in the famous march by women on the Union Buildings on ...

Fatima Meer was born in 1928 and grew up in Durban. Her father was editor and owner of Indian Views, essentially a Muslim paper that was founded in 1912.

History of Women's struggle in South Africa | South African History Online

Fatima Meer: Albie Sachs's impressions and Winnie Mandela's foreword | LitNet

Fatima Meer: Indian-origin women freedom activists receive South Africa's highest National Order awards - Times of India

Fatima Meer, woman of integrity.

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MUCH TO CATCH UP WITH: Fatima Meer with Nelson Mandela in 1990 after his release

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Women during the Defiance Campaign 1952. Source: Jurgen Schadeberg.

Completing Fatima Meer autobiography a labour of love

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Hyde Park's Exclusive Books recently played host to the launch of writer, academic and anti-apartheid activist Fatima Meer's memoir, Memories of Love and ...

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MATRIARCH: Fatima Meer with her family.

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The crowd outside the courts “standing by their leaders”. The Treason Trial. 1955. © Bailey's African History Archives

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Honour the Women: Excerpts From Hilda Bernstein's "For Their Triumphs, For Their Tears"

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Fatima Meer: Memories of Love and Struggle will be launched in Cape Town on 12 April 2017. Shamim Meer will be in conversation with Albie Sachs.

Picture: MOTSHWARI MOFOKENG. COMPLETE: Fatima Meer's ...

Fatima Meer at the launch of the SA Black Women's Federation, with Winnie Mandela and Ma Luthuli.

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The Black Women's Federation is formed

Ruth First May 1925 – 17 August was a South African anti-apartheid activist and scholar born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She was killed by a parcel bomb ...

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The crowd at the Union Buildings on August 9 1956. About 20 000 women marched

South African women on the frontline, protesting against the Apartheid regime. #IWD2016 #SUNUnotes #SUNUjournal | Culture & history. | Pinterest | Apartheid

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Fatima Meer with her children Shamim, left, Rashid, on her lap, and Shehnaz.

How an Ethiopian slave became a South African teacher by Sandra Rowoldt Shell

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Singers in Sophiatown, 1954

1973 Durban Strikes

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We stand here in recognition and celebration of the selfless contributions of two women who will ever-remain the true giants of our struggle against ...

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Fatima Meer (Biographer of Dr Nelson Mandela)

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Higher Than Hope: The Authorized Biography of Nelson Mandela, Apprenticeship Of A Mahatma, Prison Diary and The Trial Of Andrew Zondo, were some of the ...

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The photograph African Jazz by Ranjith Kally depicts singer Miriam Makeba, centre with two ladies in 1957

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Mrs Sisulu (centre) and executive members of the Natal Organisation of Women at the launch of NOW. 1984. © Omar Badsha.

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Fatima Meer - Prison Diaries

(Billy Nair (left) in a Natal Indian Congress message with George Sewpersadh)

Mr Moothsamy, president of the Tamil Federation, said the "the matter is being handled".

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