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Denis Farrell’s aerial photograph in 1994 of a snaking queue of Soweto voters pipped that of Nelson Mandela casting his vote, earning him a... read more
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Geraldine Fraser was born in 1960 in Lansdowne, Cape Town. She received her primary education in Wynberg and matriculated at Livingstone Hig... read more
Mark Fish, or “Feeeeeesh!” as we know him, was born in Cape Town on 14 March 1974. He started his soccer career in South Africa, but has dep... read more
Abram "Bram" Fischer was born on 23 April 1908 in the Orange Free State. He was born into a prominent Afrikaans family, son of Percy Ulrich... read more
Nkosinathi Benson Fihla was born on 13th June of 1932 in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Province (now Eastern Cape). Port Elizabeth. Fihl... read more
Walton Zacharias  Fenyang was born in 1877 in Thaba 'Nchu distric in the Orange Free State. An early treasurer of the African Nati... read more
Walter Sidney Felgate was born on 19 of November 1930 in Pretoria,Felgate graduated  from Pretoria Boys High School in 1949.He studied... read more
Basil February was born in District Six in 1944.The son of clerk and a midwife. His family moved around several times, living  in place... read more
Henry Mutile Fazzie was born on 3rd of January in 1924 in Stutterheim. Fazzie went into exile in the early 1960s. He joined Umkhonto weSizwe... read more

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