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Tomorrow is the thirty-second anniversary of the death of former Mozambican president Samora Machel. He died on the 19th October 1986 under mysterious circumstances when their Tupolev 134 plane crashed into the Lebombo Mountains in South Africa, after allegedly following a false beacon.
Tonight Graca Machel is in Houghton at the launch of a book on the life of Samora Machel by Mozambican photo journalist Kok Nam. The event is being hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.
— maggie davey (@maggie_davey) October 18, 2018
‘The enemy is camping in our heads’
—Samora Machel pic.twitter.com/U0enV3Lhms
— Buti Manamela (@ButiManamela) October 18, 2018
This evening at the #NelsonMandela Foundation the book ‘Samora Machel’ by Kok Nam, a Mozambican photojournalist, will be launched in what is the 85th anniversary of #SamoraMachel‘s birth pic.twitter.com/HQbGOLn7Ct
— NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) October 18, 2018
Source: SABC / eNCA
— Jessica Pietsch (@jesspietsch) October 18, 2018