Pokela was one of the Africanist in the African National Congress Youth League who broke off to found Pan Africanist Congress in 1959. In 19... read more
An active member of the Transvaal Indian Youth Congress in the early 1950s and a delegate to the 1953 World Festival of Youth in Bucharest.... read more
Dawood Parker was the Chairman of the Wynberg Civic Association. He played a prominent role in local civic affairs. He was a leading voice i... read more
Shaun Pollock was born on 16 July 1973 in Port Elizabeth and moved to Durban at the age of five. Born to a cricketing family, his father Pet... read more
Francois Pienaar was born on 2 January 1969 in Vereeniging into a working class Afrikaner family. Although he participated in various sporti... read more
James Philips was born in Sophiatown into a working class family on 11 December 1919. His father died while he was still young and this had... read more
Victor Poto was born in 1897 at Libode in western Pondoland, attended Healdtown and the' South African Native College (later Fort Hare),... read more
Pauline Podbrey was born as Pauline Podbrez in Lithuania. She arrived with her family in Durban in 1933 at the age of eleven, alth... read more
Professor Nyameko Barney Pityana was born in Uitenhage on 7 August 1945. He attended University of Fort Hare. He received a law degree from... read more
Frank A. Pendla was the president of the Cape African Congress in the early 1940s until suspended by A. B. Xuma in September 1942.... read more
This is a short autobiography of Vella Pillay written for his 80th birthday party held on 18th October 2003 at Lauderdale House, Highga... read more
Meshach Pelem was born in Mxumbu near King William's Town in 1859 and studied at Healdtown, where he qualified as a primary school teach... read more