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South Africa: Anton Goosen

1 January 2001

“They called me a White Kaffer and the secret police were tapping my phone,” tells Anton Goosen, the South African singer/composer who was considered a traitor amongst the white Afrikaaner community. Anton Goosen was Interviewed in South Africa in 1998 by Mr. Ole Reitov.   Listen to interview

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South Africa: ‘The Censored meet their Censor’

1 January 2001

1st FREEMUSE WORLD CONFERENCE ON MUSIC AND CENSORSHIP Copenhagen, 20-22 November 1998 The text below is an excerpt from the conference report   This page in printer-friendly PDF format     South Africa: The Censored meet their Censor – Music and Censorship during Apartheid in South Africa Mr. Sipho Mabuse and …

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South Africa: Pops Mohamed

18 March 1998

“I was a shadow player. We played behind curtains. It was a black guy playing behind the stage and a white player up on the stage,” tells Pops Mohamed about one of the more peculiar and dangerous effects of censorship in South Africa during apartheid. Pops Mohamed was interviewed in …

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