Life Of Social Justice
This is the biography of a social, medical and political activist who struggled under Apartheid and democracy for social justice in South Africa. R.A.M. Salojee served in 263 organisations, committees, and delegations over an unbroken period of 50 years.
He also served three indefinite terms of imprisonment without trial and three terms of arbitrary banning order. He endured systematic persecution, with joy in his heart. The dominant theme of his life was to serve the poor, the sick and orphans. He lived by the definition of love to postulate for others what one desires for oneself.This biography explores the formidable logic of the intertwining of this theme and definition.