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Prison Diary: One Hundred and Thirteen Days, 1976

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This diary written by an anti-apartheid activist during her incarceration in the Old Fort in Johannesburg in 1976 begins with her arrest and ends after her release and arrival back in Durban. Details about living conditions, treatment by female guards, and visits with her daughters are provided. Her 113 days in captivity are recounted, including how she the practiced her Muslim faith and read the Koran. Hide synopsis

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