Mogoeng questions loss of Bram Fischer's ideals
'He wanted both black and white South Africans to come together and find a solution that will ensure that we all‚ not some‚ benefit'
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng questioned on Thursday whether that which anti-apartheid activist Bram Fischer had fought and died for had lost relevance to SA and her people. Mogoeng was addressing the 10th annual Bram Fischer Lecture at the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg. Fischer‚ a key figure in the anti-apartheid movement‚ was the lead defence advocate in the Rivonia trial‚ where a number of anti-apartheid activists including Nelson Mandela were sentenced to life imprisonment.