Mxoshwa Mdhluli

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Biographical information

Synopsis:

Banished person.

First name: 
Mxoshwa
Last name: 
Mdhluli

Mxoshwa Mdhluli and Mhlupeki Hlongwane were banished, from Ngoba Location, Bergville District, Natal [now KwaZulu-Natal] on 11 April 1957. Their banishment orders were related to the killing of five police officers during a dagga raid in February 1956; 22 of those responsible were apprehended and sentenced to death. In 1962, when Helen Joseph visited Mdhluli, he was living in a “dark and squalid”¦broken-down shack”  with “broken wooden frames for beds.”

According to Mdhluli:


References:
• Contribution by Professor S. Badat on Banishment, Rhodes University, 2012. From the book, Forgotten People - Political Banishment under Apartheid by Professor S. Badat

Last updated : 16-Jan-2013

This article was produced by South African History Online on 16-Jan-2013

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