01 April 1992
Mpho Mashinini grew up amidst the tensions and Y' traumas of Soweto. He was a prominent activist in the United Democratic Front and the Mass Democratic Movement. Inevitably he found himself in conflict with the white authorities and was jailed several times. Today he is a deputy director of Operation Hunger, a relief and development organization. He is interviewed by Peter Hannon:
Brian Frost's ambitious purpose is to pick out the `threads of forgiveness' embedded in twentieth century politics - or at least in the international politics of the last 50 years.