James Lowell Zwelinzima Njongwe was one of the most dynamic leaders of the African National Congress(ANC) after its turn to mass action... read more
While in exile, Ngwevela procured a Diploma in Political Science at the Pushkin International Institute in Moscow in October 1980. From Sept... read more
Col Jonathan Ngwenya received his basic military training as APLA activist in Conakry, Guinea in 1977. He completed his Instructor Course at... read more
Michael Ngweyi (39) was from Umtata in the Eastern Cape. He began working for Lonmin around 2009. On 16 August 2012 Michael was killed at sc... read more
Born 1904. Insurance agent. Joined Congress in 1937; active in 1943 anti-pass campaign and 1949 Western Areas train boycott. read more
James D. Ngojo was born in the Cape and worked as a court interpreter in Paarl. He was arrested in connection with the "bucket strike... read more
Mgcineni Noki (40), known as Mambush, was from Twalikhulu in the Eastern Cape. He began working for Lonmin in 2009 and was a leader of the s... read more
Selby Themba Ngendane was born about 1929 in the Eastern Cape and attended Fort Hare, where he was active in the African National Congress Y... read more
Selby Bangani Ngcobo was born in 1909 in Pietermaritzburg, the son of a mine compound foreman who later became a teacher and saddler, Ngcobo... read more
Born in Natal in 1931, he studied at Adams College and Ohlange Institute, where he matriculated in 1950. After working some time in a Durban... read more
After living for some time in Orlando Township, Johannesburg, Barney William Ngakane moved to Springs, where he served as chairman... read more
African National Congress branch chairman in Alexandra Township in Johannesburg in the 1950s and one of the accused in the Treason... read more