Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo (5 September 1909 – 19 September 1983) was a Muslim Indian South African communist and anti-apartheid activist. In his life he was chair of both the South African Indian Congress and the South African Communist Party, as well as being a major proponent of cooperation between those organisations and the African National Congress. He was a leader of the Defiance Campaign and a defendant at the Treason Trial in 1956. His last days were spent in exile in London, where he is buried at Highgate Cemetery a few metres from the grave of Karl Marx.
Read more about Yusuf Dadoo: Early Life, University in London and Edinburgh, Return To South Africa and Revitalisation of The Struggle, Apartheid and Resistance, Exile and Party Chairmanship, Death, Legacy