How many defendants were there?
The trialists were charged on two counts of_
Joel Joffe was an_
The apartheid government was also known as the_ government
The court sentenced the majority to_
Who was discharged at the end of the case?
On which island were the majority sent to prison?
What sentence was the government hoping to get?
Fisher was put on trial for supporting_
Many _ showed up to the court to see the defendant's daily appearances
A doing word.
Born in 1918 July 18.
A naming word .
The story of ones own life.
The language of England.
A word that modifies a noun or describes a noun.
a word or set of words by which a person is addressed or referred to.
Different words with the same meaning.
A word opposite in meaning to another
A system of institutionalized racial segregation that existed in South Africa.
A village where Mandela was born.
Nelson Mandela's father
A person who practices or studies law.
The ability to understand something.
Having a broken, rocky, and uneven surface.
Nobel peace prize
What is Madiba's first name
What does his first name mean?
Who gave him the name Nelson?
What did Madiba study?
Who was his third wife?
Who was Madiba's first wife?
How many years did Madiba spend in prison?
How many children did he have?
How many years did he serve as president?
Where did he grow up?
A war tactic using small ambushes and targeting areas
The maximum sentence in South Africa
What did the defendants plead
Number of defendants
Deliberately destroying, damaging or obstructing something especially for military or political gain
A secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful
Respect someone for who they are
The new site of struggle during the trail
How many were sentenced to life in prison?
Where were the eight sent
What was Bram Fischer put on trial for supporting
Who was the Shaman?
What did Tao become?
No one has ever taken him down which proves they're guilty.
She helped when Tao needed it.
What is owning a wolf called in the clan?
The word they use for family?
Where Tao lived.
The main character.
What is taboo if you're not a Shaman?
PRESIDENT FW DE KLERK
FORT HARE UNIVERSITY
first grade teacher
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
What does the Dutch word "robbe" refer to?
Dutch country as it is known as today.
A contagious disease that affects the skin, mucous membranes, and nerves, causing discoloration and lumps on the skin and, in severe cases, disfigurement and deformities.
A prison with the highest levels of restrictions on prisoners' movements and activities.
Form of marking Mandela used to count days, month, years of his imprisonment.
The prisoners called Robben Island this as they were able to study whilst imprisoned.
System of segregation or discrimination on grounds of race used in South Africa from 1948 -1994.
Number of years that Zindzi did not see her father.
Type of a hard sedimentary rock that Nelson and fellow prisoners had to break up as part of their ahrd prison labour.