Sibusiso (Sihle) Mbongwa – kwaMashu Heroes and Heroines

Sihle Mbongwa was a member of the African National Congress’ military wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe in 1977. Mbongwa was arrested for his MK involvement and sentenced to 12 years on Robben Island, completing his law degree during this time. He worked in various State institutions after his release in 1991, and also served on the Robben Island Museum Council. Mbongwa died in 2008.

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  1. KAGISO MGUNI 14/06/2011 at 3:42 pm #

    JOIN UMKHONTO WESIZWE 1977 INVOLVE IN SOME OPERATION UNDER SPECIAL OPERATION IN 1983 TO 1984 UNDER COMMANDER VICTOR IN BOTSWANA DIPOTERED FROM SWAZI LAND 1985 TO TANZANIA CAMP CALL DAKAWA FROM DAKAWA TO ZAMBIA WHERE WE WENT TRUE ZAMBEZI RIVER WITH UNITY OF TEN FROM ZAMBIA BORDER SEPARATED WITH NAMIBIA BOTSWANA NEAR CAPRIVE STRIP UNITY OF THABANG MAJOLA GIDION MNKE KHATHI MNARI COMMANDER OF THE UNITY WHEN WE RICH BOTSWANA WE HAVE COMMRADE ACE WAS WAITING FOR US AS A TARAEIN MASTERMAID TO ASSIST US, BECUASE HE WA FERMELIA WITH BOTSWANA THOSE DAYS THE AREA WAS WELL SECURED WITH RSA DEFFENCE FORCE COMBAINE NAMIBIAN DEFENCE FORCE

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