|Dimensions||235 × 155 × 30 mm|
Sylvia Neame was a political activist and member of the South African Communist Party. She was given a four-year sentence under the Suppression of Communism Act in 1965 (with two two-year sentences to run concurrently) and was afterwards also tried in Humansdorp (on a charge of advocating violence) but was acquitted on appeal. After being released from Barberton Prison in 1967 she left South Africa on an exit permit and subsequently lived in Britain for four years, then in Germany.
|Year of Publication|
|Month of Publication|
Deliveries Within South Africa
If you are ordering from a country outside of South Africa, please complete your purchase as directed. You will then be contacted by one of our admin team to arrange shipping and delivery to wherever needed.
December Holiday Season
Our last, full (24hr) trading day is 22 December 2020 and we’ll be back to work 6 January 2021. Any orders placed between 18 December 2020 and 5 January 2021 will only be despatched from the warehouse on our return.