In the run-up to the elections, we’re celebrating #21Sheroes – some of the women who fought a racist, apartheid state to help win our freedoms. Their resistance, courage & protest inspired a legacy we honour in Freedom Month. They also remind us never to take our political rights for granted. Follow #21Sheroes for more.
As a young student activist & uMkhonto weSizwe operative, Coline Williams was prepared to risk her life in the anti-apartheid struggle. At just 22, she was killed by a defective limpet mine. This #FreedomMonth, the courageous women of MK remind us that democracy requires us to be active citizens.