Professor Patrick Lumumba will give the 5th annual Onkgopotse Tiro Memorial Lecture at the University of Limpopo. Tiro, a student activist, was killed by apartheid agents in 1974.
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JOHANNESBURG - Kenyan Professor Patrick Lumumba delivers the fifth Onkgopotse Tiro Memorial Lecture at the University of Limpopo in Polokwane on Friday.
Lumumba is the director and CEO of the Kenya School of Law and author of books on legal subjects.
[WATCH] Reporter @ThulasSims provides insight on the 5th Annual #TiroMemorialLecture taking place today in #Limpopo. Courtesy #DStv403 pic.twitter.com/x0gBVUdBs9— eNCA (@eNCA) September 8, 2017
Tiro was a student activist who was killed by a parcel bomb while he was in Botswana in 1974. He had been expelled from the University of Limpopo, then known as Turfloop, for making a speech critical of Bantu education.