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FEBRUARY COMPETITION : WIN FREE NELSON MANDELA T-SHIRT

Win a Nelson Mandela T-Shirt by entering this quiz in association with Philosophy Football.
Mark Perryman
8 February 2010

27 years in captivity, it was twenty years ago on 11 February 1990 Nelson Mandela was finally released from prison by the Apartheid South Africa regime. The new T-shirt from www.philosophyfootball.com celebrates South Africa's two decades of freedom in the year the country also hosts Africa's first World Cup. We have 5 to be won in our February competition. To enter simply answer the following question.

In South Africa what do the initials ANC stand for?  

To enter simply email your answer with name, addres and preferred T-shirt size to [email protected] Entries close 28 February, no purchase necessary to enter.

Congratulations! To Michael Coupar, Gianluca Eramo,  Gary Peace, Amarina Sandhu, andAdline Warwick Thompson  All winners of Oscar Wilde T-shirts in our January competition, also available from www.philosophyfootball.com

Who's getting rich from COVID-19?

Boris Johnson's government stands accused of 'COVID cronyism', after handing out staggering sums of money to controversial private firms to fight COVID-19. Often the terms of these deals are kept secret, with no value-for-money checks or penalties for repeated failures which cost lives. And many major contracts have gone directly to key Tory donors and allies – without competition.

As COVID rates across the country surge, how can we hold our leaders accountable? Meet the lawyers, journalists and politicians leading the charge in our free live discussion on Thursday 1 October at 5pm UK time.

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Peter Geoghegan Investigations editor, openDemocracy, and author of 'Democracy for Sale: Dark Money and Dirty Politics'

Jolyon Maugham Barrister and founder of the Good Law Project.

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