Walk with me through the prisons that tell the story of monstrous cruelty and unimaginable hardship for black prisoners for decades. I'll tell you about 16-year-old Seth Mazibuko, who was brought in in chains and handcuffs in 1976, and who lives with phobias from his prison experience decades later. Step into the hospital cell at the Fort where Nelson Mandela spent time. Contemplate life for Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in the Women's Goal where she almost lost her baby. Then, let your spirit soar as you enter the Constitutional Court. I was present as a journalist when the first court case was heard in this wonderful building, and will recount that morning.
- Date: Saturday, 21 November at 9am
- Meet: outside the Constitutional Court (free parking at the Con Hill underground parking, from Joubert Street)
- Duration: 3 hours
- Cost: R400pp
- Email Lucille to book - firstname.lastname@example.org