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Fink Haysom interview transcript

Theme: The Most I Can Do Is To Be The Least Obstruction

Call Number: A08.03.1
Identifier: AL2460_A08.03.1
Title: Fink Haysom interview transcript
Date: 09 August 1985
Subject: Non-racialism;
Julie Frederikse;
Fink Haysom;
The Unbreakable Thread;
National Union of South African Students (NUSAS);
Student Representative Council (SRC)
Description: This is a transcript of an interview with Fink Haysom conducted by Julie Frederikse her book 'The Unbreakable Thread: non-racialism in South Africa', published by Ravan Press, 1990. Fink Haysom completed his law degree and went to work for the Centre for Applied Legal Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand in 1981. That same year he was detained in a nation-wide swoop on white activists and banned upon his release in 1982. His work monitoring repression in Ciskei from 1983 was published in 1986 as 'Mabangalala: The Rise of Right-wing Vigilantes in South Africa'. In 1987 he helped set up a public interest law practice in Johannesburg. Born: 1952 in Johannesburg. Interviewed: 1985 in Johannesburg. Included in the SAHA online repository 'Tracing the unbreakable thread: non-racialism in South Africa today'
Creator: Interviewer: Julie Frederikse; Interviewee: Fink Haysom
Type: Transcript
Format: Access copy - PDF
Preservation copy - Tiff
Source: SAHA Collection AL2460
Language: English
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: Julie Frederikse
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