Kaunda was the son of Christian missionaries. He began work as a teacher and became a principal. In 1949, he joined the anti-colonial Northe... read more
Stephanie Kemp was born in the Karoo in 1941 and grew up with her two sisters in Malmesbury in the Swartland. The town was dominated by the... read more
The use of artworks for public education by the National Roads Safety Organisation convinced Koloane of the role of art in communication. To... read more
Judson Diza Kuzwayo was born August 25,1941 at Adams Mission in rural Natal and completed his junior certificate at the Loram Secondary Scho... read more
Mazisi Raymond Kunene was born in Durban on May 12, 1930, at McCord's Hospital. His mother Eva Kunene (nee Ngcobo) was a teacher and his fat... read more
Dumisani Shadrack Kumalo was born on 16 September 1947 in Kwambunda village on the banks of the Blood River in Natal (now KwaZulu-Natal).In... read more
Ashley Kriel was born on the 17 October 1966 to Ivy and Melvin Kriel. He has two sisters, Michel Assure and Melaney Adams. He grew up in Bon... read more
Daniel Koza was born 1912 near Pietersburg and in the mid-1930s came Johannesburg where his path somehow crossed  Gordon's.Drawn into t... read more
The Reverend Theo Kotze was born at the Heads in Knysna, Cape Province (now Western Cape) on 19 May 1920.Kotze came from Afrikaaner stock. H... read more
Moses Mauane Kotane was born at Tamposstad in the Rustenburg district of the western Transvaal on 9th of August in 1905, Kotane came from a... read more
Kalushi Drake Koka was bornin Pietersburg on the 9th  of June,1927. He enrolled for teacher training after completing his matric. In 19... read more
Ian David Kitson was born August 25,1919 in Cape Town.he joined the Communist Party in 1940,when it was still a legal organization.After ser... read more


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