South African Struggle Icon's Family Chides ANC Over Name
The family of Dullah Omar, the nation's first minister of justice following democratic elections in 1994, has requested the immediate removal of the struggle stalwart's name from the ANC Cape Town Metro Region in the Western Cape, saying his "integrity, honesty and humility contrasts sharply with the behaviour and actions in recent years of many ANC leaders and members, up to and including President Jacob Zuma".
South Africa: Family of Struggle Stalwart Dullah Omar Chides ANC
News24Wire, 4 August 2017
The family of late African National Congress struggle stalwart Dullah Omar has distanced itself from the ANC region bearing his name, who have indicated that they will lead a march… Read more »
South Africa: Omar Family Statement on ANC's Use of Dullah Omar's Name
Omar Family, 4 August 2017
Statement from the widow, children and family of the late Dullah Omar, former and first minister of justice in democratic South Africa: Read more »
Dullah Omar (file photo).