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Alan Stewart Paton (died 12 April 1988) was a South African author and anti-apartheid activist. Paton was a prolific essay writer, his theme once again being the race and politics of South Africa. Paton was very well educated, and is believed to be one of the great minds of Africa. His personal motto was, "South Africa must be saved one person at a time." The Alan Paton Award for non-fiction is conferred annually in his honour.
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