Road to Ghana
Following his acquittal on charges of treason in 1958, Alfred Hutchinson decided to flee South Africa. One evening he said goodbye to the woman he loved, boarded a train travelling northwards, and headed off into the unknown. This is the true story of one man's flight across colonial Africa.
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