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Oral history interview with Yandisa Mtambeka

Centre for Popular Memory (University of Cape Town) (
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  • Oral History
  • Gun Free South Africa (Organization)
  • Gun Control--South Africa
  • Literature


Gun Free South Africa is an advocacy group formed in 1994 with the aim of building a safer country through the reduction of firearms in society. In association with "Gun Free South Africa", the interviewer focuses on youth activists and young members of the community sharing their experiences of gun violence and opinions on gun control. Themes include: biographical information; civic organisations; community involvement; crime and organisational affiliations.

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