James Ngculu joined Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) after the 1976 uprising of Soweto. He occupied a variety of posts within MK and spent most of his time abroad in exile, where he became one of Chris Hani’s closest companions. After 1994, he acted as the Provincial...
CM: Towards the end of the book, you mention Chris’s alignment with Buddhist philosophy. What was his spirituality like? MM: Chris was very spiritual. He had no problem with ego, and read a lot, particularly of Alice Bailey’s works. He was also very...
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