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Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya

The life and times of Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya (1894-1971) Contents 1 Family history 2 Teaching 3 Further education 4 Community work in Umbumbulu 5 Friendship with Lucy Johnston 6 Lucy Johnston Hall 7 Old age 8 Sources Family history Sibusisiwe Violet Makhanya was a pioneer social worker, who received acclaim both locally and abroad for […]

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Reginald Khulekani Myeza

Contents 1 Early years at Nungwane -1950 2 Mariathal and the aftermath, 1951-1956 3 Adams College 1957-1958 4 Teaching at St Magdalene’s 1959 5 Basutoland 1960-1961 6 Swaziland 1962-1973 7 England 1974-1979 8 Back in South Africa 1980 9 Urban Foundation 1980-1982 10 Sibusisiwe High School 1983-1989 11 1989-1998 12 Retirement Early years at Nungwane […]

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Pixley ka Isaka Seme

Pixley ka Isaka Seme, 5th President of the ANC Contents 1 Early Years 2 Back in South Africa 3 Political Career 4 Later Years 5 References Early Years Pixley Seme was born on 1 October 1881 at the Inanda Mission in Natal, the son of Isaka Sarah (nee Mseleku) Seme. He attended primary school at […]

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Pius Langa

Born in Bushbuckridge, South Africa on 25 March 1939, Pius Nkonzo Langa, the second of seven children born to deeply devout parents, completed his high school education through private study and then obtained the B Iuris and LL B degrees (in 1973 and 1976 respectively) by long distance learning through the University of South Africa. […]

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Noxolo Ntaka Family History

My father’s name is Sipho Ntaka and my mother’s name is Xolile Ntaka. My parents got married at a very young age, my mother was 15 years old when they married they did not get children until after eight years. Because of that my father’s family started to treat my mother very badly because she […]

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