South Afrcica's First Woman U.S. Ambassador

Randolph, Laura B.
October 1999
Ebony;Oct1999, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p190
Features Shiela Sisulu, the first South African woman ambassador to the United States. Her experiences with apartheid; Educational background; Involvement in the abolition of apartheid; Details on her marriage.


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