Person    | Male  Born 23/5/1926  Died 6/1/1995

Joe Slovo

Categories: Nationalism, Race Issues

Countries: Lithuania, South Africa

South African freedom fighter. Born Lithuania. His family emigrated to South Africa when he was 8. Married First in 1949. died at home in Johannesburg, as a member of Nelson Mandela's government.

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Joe Slovo

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First & Slovo

Unveiled by Mandela.

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