Mogaramedi Godfrey Sekhukhune was one of the ‘most important’ of the Sekhukhune revolt leaders. He ‘was from the royal family at Mohlaletse and in the 1940s worked as a male nurse in a mine hospital on the East Rand.’ A liberation movement stalwart, David Bopape, recounts that Godfrey Sekhukhune ‘“heard I was organizing the ANC so he came to my place, then from there he attended meetings of the ANC and he became a member of the ANC and a very, very, very sensitive student he was and then later he went back home.”

• Contribution by Professor S. Badat on Banishment, Rhodes University, 2012. From the book, Forgotten People - Political Banishment under Apartheid by Professor S. Badat
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