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Dr. Percy Yutar was born on 29 July 1911 in Cape Town. He was one of eight children in a family of Lithuanian immigrants. His father origina... read more
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Sithembiso Tony Yengeni was born in Cape Town and grew up in two Cape townships, Gugulethu and Nyanga. He completed his matric at... read more
Massabalala Yengwa, was the son of the Zulu labourer who had been jailed during the African National Congress (ANC) anti-pass campaign of 19... read more
James Gavin (Forest) Younge was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. From 1965 to 1968 he studied at the Witwatersrand Technical College gaining a na... read more
Max Yergan was born about 1893 in Raleigh, North Carolina, the grandson of a slave, he studied at Shaw University and Springfield College. F... read more
Bonginkosi Yona (32) was from MaQhashu, Ladyfere in the Eastern Cape. He began working for Lonmin in 2010. On 16 August 2012 Bonginkosi was... read more
Cebisile Yawa (24) was from Cala in the Eastern Cape. He began working for Lonmin in 2007. On 16 August 2012 Cebisile was killed at scene 1... read more
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Sheik Yusuf, ruler of Gowa on the Islands of Celebes in South East Asia, was born in 1626. He was also the brother of the Sultan of Macassar... read more
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