In this episode of Suttner's View Professor Raymond Suttner speaks to Polity's Sane Dhlamini about Zimbabwe election
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Errol Holland grew up in Coronationville, a then ‘coloured’ township in Johannesburg. As a child he witnessed the destruction of the flamboyant racially mixed suburb of Sophiatown. As a young medical student in Cape Town he saw a similar destruction in District Six. In 1976, while a registrar physician at Bara-gwanath Hospital he worked among the carnage of the Soweto uprising. He tasted apartheid at first hand as he matured into a tireless political activist and a brilliant specialist ... →