Andrew Mlangeni

South African anti-apartheid activist, later politician (1925-2020)

Andrew Mokete Mlangeni (6 June 1925 – 21 July 2020) was a South African political activist and anti-Apartheid activist. Along with Nelson Mandela and others, he was held as part of the Rivonia Trial.[1][2] He was sentenced to life at Robben Island.[3] He was born in Soweto. After his release from prison, he served as a member of parliament for the ANC from 1994 to 1999.

Mlangeni died on 21 July 2020 at a military hospital in Pretoria from an intestinal blockage, aged 95.[4][5]

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  3. sahoboss (17 February 2011). "Andrew Mokete Mlangeni". South African History Online.
  4. Anti-apartheid stalwart Andrew Mlangeni has died
  5. Grobler, Riaan (22 July 2020). "Anti-apartheid struggle stalwart Andrew Mlangeni dies". News24. Retrieved 22 July 2020.

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