The untold story of Robben Island: sports and the anti-Apartheid movement

  title={The untold story of Robben Island: sports and the anti-Apartheid movement},
  author={Anthony Suze},
  journal={Sport in Society},
  pages={36 - 42}
  • A. Suze
  • Published 1 January 2010
  • Education
  • Sport in Society
Anthony Suze was born in 1942, in a small township northwest of Pretoria. By his own admission, a more avid sportsman than student, he participated in a number of sports and played second-division soccer with Methodist FC. His political awareness emerged in Apartheid-era South Africa 1960 when he was recruited by the Pan Africanist Congress. In 1963, Suze was one of members instructed by party commanders to mobilize and indoctrinate other students. Upon Suze's resulting arrest, he was one of 14… 
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