Winnie Madikizela-Mandela carved her own political identity in the struggle for freedom. She kept the flame of the struggle inside the country burning while many in the leadership of the liberation movements were consigned to Robben Island or exiled. She was convicted and given a five-year jail sentence. It outstripped the simple narratives of villainy and righteousness. It was a power couple whose travails personified a country at the brink of redemption, the moment marking the beginning of a new dawn. There are many questions that relate to the role of this colossal in the liberation struggle — and post-apartheid South Africa — that historians should critically examine.
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