A three-day election for sixteen members for the KwaNdebele Legislative assembly starts, with fifty-four candidates. The remain

Thursday, 8 December 1988

A three-day election for sixteen members for the KwaNdebele Legislative assembly starts, with fifty-four candidates. The remaining MPs were all designated by the tribal authorities and the chief minister.

References:
• South African Institute of Race Relations. (1989). Race Relations Survey 1988/89, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, p. 124

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