They're Burning the Churches: The Final Dramatic Events that Scuttled Apartheid

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Jacana, 2003 - History - 285 pages
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This true account of the traumatised memory of the people of the townships of Vaal is a meticulously written, moving account of the groundbreaking events that dramatically accelerated the downfall of apartheid.

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Father Patrick Noonan is a Catholic priest of the Franciscan Order, who studied and worked in Europe, the Middle East and for over 30 years, in the townships of South Africa, south of Johannesburg. While serving the parish of Evaton, he presently assists the Gauteng Council of Churches in the area of post-apartheid reconciliation. He has written articles for various books, magazines and newspapers.


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