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Edit Cast Complete credited cast: Katharine Ross Margaret Walsh Sam Elliott Pete Danner John Standing Jason Mountolive Ian Hogg Harry Margaret Tyzack Nurse Adams Charles Gray Karl Liebnecht Lee Montague Jacques Grandier Hildegard Neil Barbara Kirstenburg Marianne Broome Maria Gabrieli William Abney Butler Patsy Smart Cook Mathias Kilroy Stable Lad Reg Harding Gardener Roger Daltrey Edit Storyline A millionaire, a million-dollar prostitute, a star-maker, a nation-killer, a woman whose lusts are as cold as graveyard snow.

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IMDb Everywhere. Follow IMDb on. DPReview Digital Photography. Audible Download Audio Books. Margaret Walsh. Pete Danner. Jason Mountolive. Nurse Adams. Firstly, no white person could experience the oppression that black people were enduring, no matter how sympathetic or empathetic they were. Statements such as those made to the British audience by the celebrated white liberal, Alan Paton, when he said that apartheid should be given a chance because it could work, flew in the face of BC principles. It was myopic and ungrateful for what white people were doing for them. Unfortunately even today, 22 years into democracy, this white supremacist mentality is still prevalent among white liberals.

Helen Zille, a respected politician of a white liberal party, tweeted that colonialism had done very much for black people, which is a stark example of how much work still needs to be done to eradicate racism. Secondly, Biko regarded white people as inherently paternalistic and condescending to black people, because black people were regarded as inferior and would forever need white tutelage. Thirdly, all white people were beneficiaries of apartheid and therefore their involvement in the struggle would be half-hearted and they would only seek superficial change.

And fourthly, white people doubted the capabilities of black people and claimed that there is no way that black people could be trusted with the responsibility of running a complex and complicated country like South Africa Biko —91; Khoapa — This message was taken to heart, because many liberals joined anti-apartheid organisations both nationally and internationally.

Sono From the BC perspective, much was done in terms of rewriting and reinterpreting African history, redefining African cultures and salvaging African religion cf. Biko e —47; f —60; j —89; Buthelezi —; Khoapa —87; Pityana :1—14; Seleoane — Throughout the continent, there has been and still there is a strong call for a decolonised dispensation. And, of course, this is not new for BC. In as much as BC advocates immersed themselves in the politics of the continent and beyond, younger advocates should lead the struggle for a decolonised and free education.

BC as a philosophy should occupy the hearts and minds of the South African population, especially youths who are in position of leadership, power and influence. It is said that Biko was not in favour of forming a political party, but yielded for a democrat that he was Sono This philosophy is an aspect of a movement that should be allowed to flow freely among the South African population and nourish its democratic society. Many leaders in politics, business, religion, and so on, acknowledge their BC heritage in shaping them into what they have become Moore —24; Sono — Prior to , South Africa was a country with two nationalities: one black and the other white.

The policy of apartheid meant that we became a pariah state among the nations of the world. But since , with the dawn of democracy, we have become a respected country in the world. We are one nation under one flag and singing one national anthem — an anthem that is, of course, still problematic for some South Africans, but that exemplifies the extent to which President Mandela was prepared to go to reconcile a divided nation. But the process of nation building is work in process and the majority of South Africans would like to see the democratic project succeed.

Sono believes that Biko would not have shunned the negotiations that brought about the demise of apartheid in the early s, for Biko d said:. At some point South Africa itself will begin to want to bargain in a realistic fashion other than through Bantustans … We want to continue mounting criticism and pressure as a people on South Africa, so that when a period of negotiations, which is inevitable in terms of our looking at history, comes, we are there to be talked to.

And he firmly believed that Biko would have been the strongest glue to bind together the fractious factions going under the appellation of liberation movements South Africa under President Mbeki played a pivotal role on the continent with his African Renaissance project Makgoba and BC philosophy has all the hallmarks of this pan-Africanism. According to Maloka :.

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Pan Africanism rested on four pillars: a a sense of common historical experience, b a sense of common descent and destiny, c opposition to racial discrimination and colonialism, and d a determination to create a new Africa. Who are we as South Africans on the continent? The legacy of our former African leaders, which BC leaders embraced, and on which President Mbeki latched to when he revived the African Renaissance project, must be taught to our African youth.

Africa should find solutions for its problems and not look to other countries for assistance. The African Union AU became increasingly stronger over the years and today there are examples that prove that it can do things for itself, especially in the areas of conflict resolution and governance.

Xenophobia must be tackled head on as it divides Africans on the continent at a time when Africans need each other to make Africa the prosperous and peaceful continent that it has the potential to be. We should relax colonial boundaries. We should stop referring to each other as Francophone, Lusophone and Anglophone countries when the AU addresses continental politics and business. There is even an AU anthem to show for it. As stated above, the philosophy of BC as initially conceptualised was not supposed to have been encapsulated in an institution or single organisation.

To this end, young people were targeted to raise the awareness required to fight against apartheid and all that it stood for. There was one common enemy which all the oppressed people, regardless of ideology or political party affiliation, had to oppose and combat. As stated above, white liberals were welcomed to join the struggle, although their mission was confined to converting their fellow white compatriots to the cause of justice. Sono is emphatic that for Biko, violence against the apartheid regime was not an option. He would negotiate and bargain, even if it took decades.

This should explain why the march against Bantu Education, Afrikaans as medium of instruction and the whole apartheid edifice by the Soweto school children was peaceful.

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A number of workshops would be conducted by university students and theology seminarians during school holidays across the country. University students who were expelled because of their political activism were employed as teachers at high schools and they used the opportunity to teach BC. Capitalism chases after profit on the backs of the poor and the working class.

As capitalists extend their profit margins, poor people are increasingly being marginalised and hindered from enjoying the fruits of their labour. The courage and bravery that characterised the militant youth of the mids and later should be infused into the youth of today because the fight against poverty is just as important as the struggle against apartheid. The success of the industrial strikes of s, especially in Natal, is a case in point. Workers refused to sell their labour for slave wages. It should be sprinkled like salt on the South African population so that a concerted effort should be directed at the socio-economic emancipation of the poor, most of whom are black people.

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It must be acknowledged that Sono disagrees that BC, in its present composition, would have a role to play in the democratic South Africa:. Were the BCM revolutionaries to guarantee the delivery of the political needs of today, they would most likely be competitive. But to do so the BCM will have to change its modalities and perspectives dramatically.

To that extent then it would have ceased being a BC formation. Leaders of BC knew very well that national liberation would not automatically translate into prosperity for all. As indicated above, people were encouraged and assisted to do things for themselves instead of waiting upon benefactors for charity and donations. Bursaries and scholarships were organised for deserving poor pupils and students, especially for those whose parents were detained for political reasons. The poor, especially those who had been detained and later released, were given seed funding to start all sorts of small-scale businesses in agriculture and industries, for example, and some jobs were created along the way.

Charity perpetuates poverty and strips people of their dignity Ramphele — The government cannot fight poverty by dishing out welfare grants at will.

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Those who are elderly, sickly or disabled should, by all means, benefit from welfare grant schemes. But some grants are more questionable, such as those given to pregnant school girls and free housing. How about giving the poor building materials and let them build the houses themselves? The one sure way to get the poor out of the cycle of poverty is to create jobs. When people get things free, they lose the sense of ownership of the things they have and, as a result, they do not become stewards of the assets of the country.

Some black people do not appreciate that since they have owned all societal and state assets. No wonder when communities demand a tarred road, they burn a clinic, and when they demand water, they burn a school or clinic. We can only acquire more assets if we preserve existing ones.