The organisation, which prides itself for being the official bearer of the Black Consciousness Movement, said it continued celebrating the life of Biko since his death on September 12, 1977.
While other Azapo members engaged in various activities to celebrate Biko across the country, its president, Strike Thokoane, led a delegation to the prison cell that’s now a monument.
The crowd observed a moment of silence in the prison passage. According to Azapo, this was to protest against gender-based violence, substance abuse and African-against- African violence, and honour the life of fallen former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe.
High Court Judge Thami Makhanya, former Azapo deputy president Reverend Joe Seoka and president of the Black Consciousness Movement Professor Itumeleng Mosala were also present.