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Colin Legum (3 July 1919 – 8 July 2003) was a South African writer and journalist. Colin Legum was born on 3 July 1919 in Kestell, Union of South Africa. His parents were Lithuanian immigrants who managed a hotel
Colin Legum (3 July 1919 – 8 July 2003) was a South African writer and journalist. His parents were Lithuanian immigrants who managed a hotel. In 1934 Colin Legum began working at the Sunday Express in Johannesburg. Later he became the newspaper's political correspondent. He joined the South African Labour Party and, in 1942, he was elected to the Johannesburg City Council.
The Battlefronts of Southern Africa. Paul B. Rich, Colin Legum. Canadian Journal of African Studies, Revue canadienne des études africaines, January 1990, JSTOR. The authors haven't finished explaining this publication.
Colin Legum, South African-born journalist (born Ja.
Colin Legum, South African-born journalist (born Jan. 3, 1919, Kestell, Orange Free State, . f. died June 8, 2003, Cape Town, . was one of the West’s most respected African affairs analysts. Legum’s books included Africa: A Handbook to the Continent (1961) and Africa Since Independence (1999).
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23. Moorcraft (1990), 31. Also, Mohamed A. El-Khawas and Barry Cohen (eds) (1976) The Kissinger Study of southern Africa (Westport, CT: Lawrence Hill), 4. oogle Scholar. 24. A collection of criticisms of Constructive Engagement is offered by Phyllis Johnson and David Martin (eds) (1988) Frontline Southern Africa: Destructive Engagement (New York: Four Walls Eight Windows).
Colin Legum (3 July 1919, Kestell, Orange Free State, South Africa – 8 July 2003) was, along with his wife, Margaret (1933 - 2007), an anti-apartheid activist and political exile. Legum was the author of over 20 books including Congo Disaster (1960), Pan-Africanism: A Brief History (1962), and Africa: A Handbook of the Continent (1962). In 1991, the Legums returned to South Africa from Great Britain, where they had been in political exile.
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