If you bumped into  them in the maze of one of Gauteng’s shopping malls, you would never imagine that these gentle-faced, greying, middle-aged women, were once known as Oliver Tambo’s “flowers of the revolution.” Soft spoken, an active member of her ANC branch in Soweto, and a doting grandmother Pauline Mohale was a recruiter of Umkhonto … Continue reading FLOWERS OF THE REVOLUTION