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Sekhukhune was King of the Marota people (commonly called Bapedi) who originated from the Bakgatla of the Western Transvaal. Sekhukhune, lik... read more
King Sarhili was the last King to rule over Xhosaland before it was fragmented by the consequences of the ‘Cattle Killing Movement’ of 1856-... read more
The history of Queen Njinga (or Nzinga) of Ndongo/Matamba is contested. Portuguese colonial historians and missionaries would emphasise her... read more
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Likard Aba was banned under Act No. 44 of 1950 (Suppression of Communism Act) Section 9.
G. Abdulla was a Cape member of the South African Indian Federation (SAIF) in 1927. read more
Shamar Abduraghman was released from Robben Island prison on 9 June 1982. His prison number was 15/8157.  read more
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Abdurahman, who was born in Wellington on 12 December 1872 and graduated as a medical doctor from the University of Glasgow in 1893, entered... read more
Maduna Abednego was released from Robben Island prison on 8 October 1973. His prison number was 1/5392. He was from Zwelithsa... read more
Chiloane Abel was released from Robben Island prison on 20 June 1978. His prison number was 1/5355. read more
Sibene Abishayi was released from Robben Island prison on 4 November 1964. His prison number was KB1692/64. read more

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