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Reginald September

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Reginald September

Reginald Kenneth September

Nickname: 'Reggie'

Former South African Member of Parliament


Born in Wynberg South Africa

Deceased 23-11-2013 (90 years old) in Cape Town

Reginald September was a South African Member of Parliament. He played an important role in London in building and developing the British Anti-Apartheid Movement in 1969-78 while in exile.



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Previous Position(s)

Member of Parliament | African National Congress | National Assembly
1994 - 2004

Government, Public Administration and Defence


Chief Representative | African National Congress
UK & Western Europe | 1969 - 1978

Social Development and Community Services






Member of Parliament | Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs & Tourism Ethics & Members Interests | National Assembly

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Educational history

Secondary

Trafalgar High School

Achievements

Awards

The Order of Luthuli in Silver

Activities

community

ANC National Executive Com

Member, 1985 - 1994

ANC Revolutionary Council

Member, 1969 - 1983

British Anti-Apartheid Movement

Founder Member, 1969 - 1978

ANC External Mission

Member, 1969 - 1978

SA Coloured People's Organisation (SACPO)

General Sec, 1954 - 1961

Anti-Republic Stay-at-Home Campaign

Organiser, 1961 - 1961

SA Coloured People's Organisation

Founder & Executive Com Member, 1953 - 1953

Franchise Action Council

Secretary, 1951 - 1952

National Liberation League

Joined, 1938 - 1951

Franchise Action Council, leading to Cape General Strike in May

Founder Member, 1951 - 1951

Interim Leadership Group of SACP

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