Author, Geopolitical and National Security expert Bradley Steyn was born in Pretoria, South Africa.
As a teenager in 1988 he witnessed the Strijdom Square massacre, a mass shooting of innocent black citizens. Inducted into the South African Navy, Steyn was assigned Intelligence duties. When discharged from military duty, Steyn was recruited by the much-feared security police infrastructure of the Apartheid government. Inspired by the African National Congress (ANC), its Freedom Charter Steyn and most importantly the spirit of the people. Subsequently he dedicated himself to the anti-Apartheid struggle as a deep cover Caucasian operative within the Department of Intelligence and Security (DIS) of Nelson Mandela’s uMkhonto weSizwe (MK).
Steyn is the co-author of “Undercover with Mandela’s Spies: The Story of the Boy who crossed the square” — a memoir of his experiences during the dying days of apartheid. An ANCMK veteran Bradley Steyn shares his time between Tshwane and Los Angeles, California. Steyn is a subject matter expert and media consultant on high-risk operational markets, globally, specializing in Criminal Intelligence, Geopolitical consequences on sovereign National Security & Risk Assessment. He also enjoyed touring with some of the greatest artist of our century whilst providing Security. Bradley Steyn sits on the planning committee for the Strydom Square Victims Memorial Fund. Hobbies are politics, bee keeping and gardener, Steyn cherishes the arts and spending time with his family and friends.
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