Keitseng worth remembering in Mandela's Gun

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Last week a film crew led by John Irvin descended on the hilly town of Lobatse to shoot parts of the hugely anticipated Mandela’s Gun biopic film.

Although the story focuses mainly on the iconic anti-apartheid hero, there could be no way such a story could be told without mentioning the brave Motswana, who sacrificed his own life for the struggle.  This courageous man offered Mandela and other guerilla fighters shelter en route to countries like Zambia and Tanzania.

This was Fish Keitseng whose house marked C42 in the impoverished location of Peleng hosted the greatest statesman of modern times.

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