08 October 2012 08:43 AM
The Life Of A Veteran: Zwelakhe Sisulu

Zwelakhe Sisulu



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Zwelakhe Sisulu was born on December 17 in 1950. He is the third son of the late struggle veterans Walter and Albertina Sisulu.

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