Walter Sisulu is Released

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In October 1989, the anti-apartheid leader, Walter Sisulu, was freed from prison after 26 years.

He had been jailed along with Nelson Mandela on Robben Island.

One of Sisulu's daughters, Beryl, recalls the day her father came home.

Photo: Walter Sisulu with his wife, Albertina, soon after his release from prison (AP)

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Wed 16 Oct 2013 07:50 GMT

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