Chris Hani is one of the most iconic black leaders in South
Africa's recent history. His assassination in 1993 by far-right
wingers threatened to upset the negotiations process and required
Mandela's televised address to the nation to calm tempers. This
short biography brings out his role in MK and in the politics of
the early 1990s, and is written by a distinguished historian who
met Hani in exile in Lusaka.
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