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Far more important than the debate about the authenticity of the Slovo, however, was the role translation played in its emergence and dissemination.
11) is placed on another bridge support under the Joe Slovo off-ramp behind the Mandela portrait.
Writers Tariq Ali, William Dalrymple, Aminatta Forna, Bonnie Greer, Mark Haddon, Hari Kunzru, Liz Lochhead, Jimmy McGovern, China Mieville, Andrew O'Hagan, Michael Rosen, Kamila Shamsie, Hanan al-Shaykh, Gillian Slovo, Ahdaf Soueif, Marina Warner, Benjamin Zephaniah
The cabinet is the founder of the newspaper Pravda Vostoka and co-founder of the newspapers Narodnoe Slovo and Khalq Suzi.
If you're writing a historical drama based on real characters and events, you can't play loose with the timeline or the facts," says "Muhammad" writer Shawn Slovo, whose story followed the boxer's fight to achieve conscientious objector status (and avoid a ban from the ring) during the Vietnam War, a fight that went all the way to the Supreme Court.
Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War Against Apartheid
Following arguments proposed by Slavoj Zizek in his account of the 2011 riots in England and elsewhere, Holdsworth looked at the way dramatists like Gilian Slovo (The Riots, 2011) have dealt with the paradox that rioters are highly visible in the media through their actions, but still remain invisible as individuals.
When I was young I met Ruth First and Joe Slovo, two heroes of the movement to free South Africa.
A spokesperson for the Agency has cited an article published by Svobodno Slovo, a pro-government tabloid website, claiming that the 15-year-old girl has been asmoking banned substances.
Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War Against Apartheid" by historian Alan Wieder is the biographical story of a white man and a white woman who became heroes to subjugated South African blacks by working to abolish the apartheid system.
Stephen Frears, an Oscar nominee for "The Queen,'' directed, and the script is by Shawn Slovo ("A World Apart'').
Today thousands of bouquets and Get Well cards at his Johannesburg house and hospital echo his eulogy at the burial of communist leader Joe Slovo in 1995.