"Exile has left a deep imprint on today's ANC and Communist Party"
2011-09-26

 

At the ANC Centenary Dialogue Seminar, were from left to right: Dr Mcebisi Ndletyana, moderator for the seminar, Prof. Colin Bundy and Prof. Kwandiwe Kondlo, head of our Centre for Africa Studies.
Photo: Dries Myburg

Prof. Colin Bundy, a well-known scholar and historian, recently visited our Bloemfontein Campus to deliver a lecture as part of the ANC Centenary Dialogue Series hosted by the Centre for Africa Studies. Prof. Bundy, a former professor at the University of Oxford and former Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Witwatersrand, delivered his lecture to a packed CR Swart Senate Hall. Speaking on the topic of the ANC and the SACP in exile, 1960-1990, Prof. Bundy told the audience that exile has left a deep imprint on today’s ANC and Communist Party, profoundly shaping their leadership, practices and political cultures. The next seminar will be held on 12 October 2011.


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