By Tasneem Adams The late Judge Essa Moosa’s personal library and historical legal documents used in the apartheid treason trials have found a new home at the Al Kaaf Human Rights Centre in Cape Town. The treasure trove of books and case notes were handed to centre director Dr Anwah[…]
Anti-apartheid stalwarts, politicians, activists and community members will gather together for a memorial service for the late Judge Essa Moosa this weekend. The memorial will be hosted by the ANC Helen Joseph Ward 60 branch on Sunday, 5 March at Belgravia High School in Athlone at 2pm. The passionate anti-apartheid[…]
While the late human rights lawyer Judge Essa Moosa will be remembered for his unwavering commitment to the anti-Apartheid struggle, very few people know that the jurist had also focused his life’s work on the self-determination of the Kurdish people of Turkey. Tributes continue to stream in for the judge[…]
After decades of fighting for equality and justice, Judge Essa Moosa gave up his own battle on Sunday as he took his last breath. The 81 year old high court judge and anti-apartheid activist died at his home in Lansdowne after a long term illness. Hundreds of people from all[…]
The family of prominent Cape Judge Essa Moosa say they’ve been overwhelmed by the messages of support for their father who is gravely ill. The 81 year old anti-apartheid activist is being surrounded by close family and friends who say he is still in high spirits and has a positive[…]
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