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Eleanor Kasrils

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Name  Eleanor Kasrils

Died  2009
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Spouse  Ronnie Kasrils (m. 1964–2009)
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Eleanor Kasrils (b. March 1936, Kilmarnock - d. 2009) was a Scottish-South African anti-apartheid activist who created ANC cells in Scotland, and opposed the activities of the UK government in Africa in the 1980s.

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Eleanor and her husband Ronnie Kasrils were persuaded to campaign against apartheid in the aftermath of the Sharpeville massacre in 1960.

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Upon her death Nelson Mandela paid tribute to her work and referred to her as a “genteel and elegant Scottish woman”.

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