A Spirit Unbroken
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The item contains 4 pages taken from The Beat, Volume 17, No.6 whereby the front cover, depicting an image of Sally Nyolo, is present with a scan of the contents page as well as the article referring to the "People's Poet", Mzwakhe Mbuli who had allegedly robbed a bank. The author includes contextual information relating to South Africa by focusing on the work of Mbuli who was believed to be framed for a crime he did not commit as a direct result of his outspoken criticism of the Mandela government.