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QIBLA was a partner of Poqo / APLA on the battlefront when the toiling Azanian masses decided to engage state fire with fire. Mentioned in a 1980s trial of APLA commanders and guerrillas (pictured) is Comrade Achmed Cassiem, whose co-accused were Reverend Daniel Nkopodi, Yusuf Patel, Commander Enoch Zulu, Siyabulela Gcanga, Vincent Mathunjwa and Paul Mohohlo.

#pacheritagemonth #aplamonth #pacarchives #reclaimingpaclegacy #Apla #Qibla
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We kick off #APLAMonth in memory of comrade Joe Mkhwanazi. He was born on 8 March 1928 in Mandlanzini at the Empangeni District in Natal and is a founding member of the PAC. After the Sharpeville Massacre, Mkhwanazi left the country for exile in 1963. He was then deported from Swaziland to London UK, where he joined many other PAC exiles, before the party appointed him to serve as its Adiministrative Secretary in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

Mkhwanazi later became part of the PAC’s Military Commission (pictured), the body that oversaw activities of the Azanian People’s Liberation Army (APLA). After the first democratic elections in 1994, he served as the PAC’s only Member of Parliament in the KwaZulu Natal provincial legislature, and later became its councillor in eThekwini. Poqo Mkhwanazi passed away on 31 December 2012 in Johannesburg. He served, suffered and sacrificed. #PACHeritageMonth #APLAMonth #KnowYourLiberators #ReclaimingPACLegacy
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“Here is a tree rooted in African soil, nourished with waters from the rivers of Afrika. Come and sit under its shade and become, with us, the leaves of the same branch and the branches of the same tree.”
– Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe