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Ruben Xulu, born deaf on 10 May 1952 and attended school in Mgangatho from 1955 to 1961. He began carving with Bernard Gcwensa at Hiabisa mi... read more
Alfred Bitini Xuma was born on 8 March 1893, in Manzana, Ngcobo District, in the Eastern Province (now Eastern Cape). Xuma was the seventh c... read more
Clive Zamani Xaba was born in 1980, Durban. Xaba attended the Saturday morning art classes run by Pat Khoza at the Durban Art Gallery from 1... read more
The Reverend Mcebisi Osman Xundu was born on the 11 June 1934, at Engcobo, Transkei, one of seven children of Regina and Amos Xundu.  H... read more
David Anton Ndoda ‘Mfenendala’ Xaba was born in Sobantu Village in Pietermaritzburg.  He left school in the late 1940s and... read more
Nkosiyabo Xalabile (30) was from Elliotdale in the Eastern Cape. He began working for Lonmin around 2004. On 16 August 2012 Nkosiyabo was ki... read more
Mikki Sivuyile Mac Millan Xayiya was imprisoned at Robben Island - prison number 46/85 - from 1985 to 1990.
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