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Joseph Chamberlain was a British statesman, a colonial administrator and politician who went from being a radical, almost socialist liberal... read more
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Harold Cressy was born on 1 February 1889 in Rorkes Drift, KwaZulu Natal. He was one of the five children of Bernard and Mary Cressy. The lo... read more
Born in 1915 and restricted to Johannesburg by the apartheid government. A leading figure in the South African Indian Congress in the 1940s... read more
Julian Cobbing was born in 1944 in London. He studied at the University of London where he gained his Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree and later... read more
Norman Catherine was born in East London, South Africa in September 1949. He studied at the East London Technical School of Art and held his... read more
South African Christian leader, writer and founder of Africa Enterprise, renowned for his initiatives at ecumenism, and reconciliation on pe... read more
Harriette Emily Colenso was She was born in Norfolk, England, in 1847, the oldest child of Bishop John William Colenso of Natal. Until her f... read more

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