Elijah Nkwenkwe Loza was born in 1918 near Alice in the Ciskie,where his father was tribal  headman.After completing secondary educatio... read more
Charles Templeman Loram was born in Pietermaritzburg in May 10 in  1879. He studied at Cambridge,University of Cape Town and at Columbi... read more
Hermanus Gabriel Loots, also known as James Stuart, is most noted for his role in exposing brutality at African National Congress camps in 1... read more
Stanley Basil  Lollan was born in Johannesburg in 1925, he became one of the few significant coloured activists in the Transvaal in the... read more
Leon Levy was born on 7th August 1929 in Johannesburg to Mary and Mark Levy, immigrants from Lithuania. Levy and his twin brother Norman Lev... read more
Tsepo Tiisetso Letlaka was born in 1925 in the Transkei,Cofimvaba, where his parents were both teachers, he studied at St. John's College, H... read more
Arthur Elias Letele was born on 2nd October 1915 in Maseru, Lesotho. His father, Elias Letele, was a school inspector. His mother, Catherine... read more
Joel Mabi  Lengisi was born in 1920 at the Sitholeni Location, Engcobo, [Eastern Province, now Eastern Cape], Lengisi later moved to... read more
On 21 March 1914, Lembede was born into a peasant family living on the farm in Eston in Natal. He was baptised as an Anglican. His father, M... read more
Adrian Leftwich grew up in Cape Town, Western Province (now Western Cape), in 1940 in a liberal Jewish family. His father was a doctor, and... read more
Mosiuoa Patrick Lekota was born in Kroonstad on 13 August 1948, into a working class family where he was the eldest of seven children. Most... read more
He was born in 19 December,1915 near Mafeteng, Basutoland (now Lesotho), the son of an Anglican minister. In 1940, while a student at L... read more


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