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The lawyer and prominent anti-apartheid campaigner, Albie Sachs, helped write South Africa's post-apartheid constitution and was appointed a Judge in the country's newly established constitutional court by Nelson Mandela. He tells Ricky about growing up in South Africa, about his fight for freedom, which saw him imprisoned in solitary confinement, and about not looking for revenge, despite being seriously injured by a car bomb - targeted as a result of his campaigning to bring justice to a new South Africa.

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Fri 20 Jun 2014 05:02

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Albie Sachs

Albie Sachs
Albie Sachs, lawyer and prominent anti-apartheid campaigner and activist.

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