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Rita Ndzanga - South African

South Africa / UK, 1984 (MIFF 1985, Video Programme)

Director: Beata Lipman

Rita is a black trade unionist .She talks about her life and the struggle for freedom in South Africa that has led to her frequent arrest.

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