Resistance to Repression OVERVIEW

From as far back as the 1400s almost all those banished and imprisoned on Robben Island were sent there as a form of punishment for their resistance to oppression and domination that epitomised colonial and apartheid rule in South Africa. It is thus not surprising that they resisted the harsh conditions and treatment they were subjected to and persisted, with the same vigour and determination, to fight for their rights and freedom. Their resistance took many forms.

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