In 1962 Andrew Moketi Moeti Mlangeni was one of the first six members of Umkhonto We Sizwe to be trained in Communist China. A keen golfer he had now to concentrate on Politics. In 1964 he was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia Treason Trial and incarcerated in the cell next to Nelson Mandela on Robben Island. He returned with a degree and post graduate qualification in Political Science – to this home that he had occupied since 1954 with his wife June and their children. In 2015 the backroom boy became head of the ANC’s Integrity and Ethics Committee, an accolade he richly deserved.