Visible through the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s as an opposition from the apartheid regime, this Southern African activist also had a prominent career being a scholar and article writer. Her publications consist of Competition and Suicide in South Africa, Passive Level of resistance, and a Nelson Mandela biography entitled Higher than Wish. After graduating from the School from the Witwatersrand, she gained a graduate level in sociology in the School of Natal. Her many honors are the 1994 Vishwa Gurjari Individual Rights Award as well as the 1975 Union of South African Journalists Award. She and her siblings was raised in Durban, South Africa, in a family group of Indian descent. She afterwards gave delivery to a kid called Rashid. Her anti-apartheid function in cooperation with Black Awareness Movement head Steve Biko led to her getting imprisoned and rejected a trial.