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Thiso kaNgconde (deceased)

Tshiwo had three sons Phalo the Paramount, followed by Gwali founder of the amaGwali and Thiso.

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Gando kaNgconde, amaKwayi Chief (deceased)

Ngconde’s children were Hleke founder of the amaHleke, Mdange (~ 1736) of the imiDange Gando of the amaKwayi and Tshiwo (~1704) who was Paramount to all Xhosa speaking nations in the r...

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Ketshe kaTogu, amaBhayi Chief (deceased)

Tshawe had Ngcwangu who gave birth to Skhomo who gave birth to Togu in around 1686. Togu had three sons Ntinde who founded the amaNtinde tribe, Ketshe who founded the amaBhayi and Ngconde who...

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Umnguni MP (deceased)

A long time ago, from a place in the Luhlangeni mountains near the lost river Dadasi a Chief known only as Umnguni from the name of his people decided to emigrate South across the Ukhahlamba (Drakensbu...

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umXhosa kaUmnguni MP (deceased)

A long time ago, from a place in the Luhlangeni mountains near the lost river Dadasi a Chief known only as Umnguni from the name of his people decided to emigrate South across the Ukhahlamba (Drakensbu...

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Mhala kaNdlambe (b. - 1875)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London Ndlambe died on 10 Feb 1828, at ninety or...

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Gasela kaNukwe (b. - 1845)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Bika kaNukwa (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Kondile kaMhala (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Smith kaMhala (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Makinana kaMhala (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Jali kaMqhayi (b. - 1878)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Siyolo kaMdushane, a chief of the Gcaleka Xhosa MP (b. - 1879)

Crampton has 'Qasana' & his brother, 'Siyol'o as the brothers of 'Mdushane' (ie 3 sons of 'Ndlamde') - whereas Peires has 'Qasana' and 'Siyolo' as the sons (by the same mother) of 'Mdushane' (ie the gr...

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Qasana kaMdushane MP (deceased)

Crampton has 'Qasana' & his brother, 'Siyol'o as the brothers of 'Mdushane' (ie 3 sons of 'Ndlamde') - whereas Peires has 'Qasana' and 'Siyolo' as the sons (by the same mother) of 'Mdushane' (ie the gr...

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Siwani kaMdushane, Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Mdushane aNdlambe, Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe MP (1780 - 1829)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA ...

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Zethu kaNdlambe (b. - 1846)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Mqhayi kaNdlambe, Regent (b. - 1854)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Mxhamli kaNdlambe (b. - 1846)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Dyani kaNdlambe (b. - 1846)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Sandile Mgolombane kaNgqika, Great House Son, Paramount Chief of the Rharhabe Xhosa MP (1821 - 1878)

Sandile (1820-1878) - a Chief of the Ngqika and Paramount-Chief of the Rharhabe. A dynamic and charismatic chief, he led the Xhosa armies in several of the Cape-Xhosa Frontier Wars. Having recently bee...

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Maqoma kaNgqika, Right Hand House Son, a Chief of the Ngqika Xhosa MP (1798 - 1873)

Maqoma Born in 1798, he was the Right Hand Son of Ngqika , King of the Rharhabe division of the Xhosa nation. Implacably opposed to his father’s ceding of the land between the Fish and Keiskam...

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Tente kaNgqika (b. - 1842)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Anta kaNgqika (c.1810 - 1878)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London

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Matwa kaNgqika (c.1810 - 1847)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Tyhali kaNgqika (b. - 1842)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London

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Xhoxho kaNgqika MP (c.1815 - 1869)

Confined to Robben Island after frontier wars...Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London p1237 Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johann...

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Dondashe kaNgqika (1828 - d.)

Peires, JB. ‘The House of Phalo’. Johannesburg, SA, Raven Press, 1981. Print. p26 Contact Sharon Doubell --------------------

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Ntimbo ka Rarabe (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Ngqika ka Rarabe (1779 - 1829)

Rharhabe was the founder of Rharhabe sub-group of the Xhosa nation. And the 2nd son of Phalo. Rharhabe died near present day Dohne in the Eastern Cape Province. He is known to have had at least two wiv...

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Nukwa ka Rarabe (b. - 1856)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Ndlambe ka Rarabe, Regent of the Rharabe; Chief of the Ndlambe (1738 - 1828)

Rharhabe was the founder of Rharhabe sub-group of the Xhosa nation. And the 2nd son of Phalo. Rharhabe died near present day Dohne in the Eastern Cape Province. He is known to have had at least two wiv...

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Hlahla ka Rarabe (c.1780 - 1850)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Sigcawu ka Rarabe (b. - 1830)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Nzwane 'Danster' ka Rarabe (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Mnyaluza ka Rarabe (b. - 1838)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Ntsusa ka Rarabe (b. - 1826)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Cebo ka Rarabe (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Mlawu kaRharhabe, Great House Son (b. - 1782)

Rharhabe was the founder of Rharhabe sub-group of the Xhosa nation. And the 2nd son of Phalo. Rharhabe died near present day Dohne in the Eastern Cape Province. He is known to have had at least two wiv...

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Lutshaba aPhalo (1730 - d.)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Sonto aNqeno (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Stokwe aNqeno (deceased)

Confined to Robben Island after frontier wars...Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London p1237 Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johann...

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Nqeno aLanga (1759 - 1846)

Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London

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Langa aPhalo, Chief of the amaMbalu (1705 - 1793)

The sons of Phalo were Langa , Gcaleka (Great House). Rharhabe Right Hand House), and Lutshaba (1730). Through their rivalry they would lead to the split of the Xhosa nation and set the s...

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Thole aLanga (deceased)

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Manxiwa aHintsa (b. - 1911)

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Ncaphayi aHintsa, Right Hand House Son (deceased)

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Malashe aKhawutu (b. - 1834)

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Burhu aKhawutu (1785 - 1857)

Bhurhu ka Khawuta (died 1857) was the elder brother of Inkosi Hintsa and Malashe. As Hintsa was born by Khawuta's first wife, Hintsa succeeded Khawuta. Bhurhu was very active in the wars Hintsa led t...

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Nqoko aGcaleka, Chief of the amaMbede (b. - c.1795)

Nqoko ka Gcaleka (about 1730 - 1792) was a regent and 3rd paramount chief of the Gcaleka sub-group of the Xhosa nation. Nqoko was the third son of Gcaleka ka Phalo and took over the Gcaleka when his ...

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Velelo aGcaleka, Right Hand House Son (deceased)

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Sarhili aHintsa, Paramount Chief of the Gcaleka Xhosa MP (1809 - 1892)

Sarili ka Hintsa (about 1810 - 1892) was the 5th chief of the Gcaleka sub-group of the Xhosa nation, and paramount chief of all the Xhosa, from 1835 until his death in 1892 at Sholora, Bomvanaland. H...

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Hintsa aKhawutu, King of the Xhosa (1789 - 1835)

Hintsa ka Khawuta (1789 – 12 February 1835) , also known as Hintsa the Great or King Hintsa, was the 4th paramount Chief of the Gcaleka sub-group of the Xhosa nation from 1820 until his death ...

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Khawutu aGcaleka, King of the amaXhosa (1761 - 1794)

Khawuta ka Gcaleka Khawuta ka Gcaleka was the second chief of the Gcaleka people, a sub-group of the Xhosa nation. Khawuta was the eldest son of Gcaleka ka Phalo, the founder of the Gcaleka people. ...

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Hleke kaNgcande, amaHleke Chief (deceased)

Oral tradition tells that the Mdange & Hleke might have been twins. Apparently the mother of Phalo gave birth to a posthumous son of Tshiwo, who was hidden by his uncle Mdange until his maturity. He ...

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Mdange kaNgcande, maybe Right Hand House Son; Maybe just upstart, imiDange Chief MP (b. - c.1736)

Oral tradition tells that the mother of Phalo gave birth to a posthumous son of Tshiwo, who was hidden by his uncle Mdange until his maturity. He took over the Xhosa Kingship after a battle with his ol...

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Tshiwo aNgcande, Great House Son, King of the Xhosa (b. - c.1704)

Ngconde’s children were Hleke founder of the amaHleke, Mdange (~ 1736) of the imiDange Gando of the amaKwayi and Tshiwo (~1704) who was Paramount to all Xhosa speaking nations in the r...

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Ngconde kaTogu, King of the Xhosa (c.1800 - d.)

Tshawe had Ngcwangu who gave birth to Skhomo who gave birth to Togu in around 1686. Togu had three sons Ntinde who founded the amaNtinde tribe, Ketshe who founded the amaBhayi and Ngconde who...

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Togu kaSikhomo, King of the Xhosa (c.1686 - d.)

Tshawe had Ngcwangu who gave birth to Skhomo who gave birth to Togu in around 1686. Togu had three sons Ntinde who founded the amaNtinde tribe, Ketshe who founded the amaBhayi and Ngconde who...

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Sikhomo aNgcwangu, King of the Xhosa (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Ngcwangu kaTshwane, King of the Xhosa (deceased)

Tshawe had Ngcwangu who gave birth to Skhomo who gave birth to Togu in around 1686. Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA

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Tshawe kaNkosiyamntu, King of the Xhosa SV/PROG MP (c.1675 - d.)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London

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Ntinde kaTogu, amaNtinde Chief (deceased)

Tshawe had Ngcwangu who gave birth to Skhomo who gave birth to Togu in around 1686. Togu had three sons Ntinde who founded the amaNtinde tribe, Ketshe who founded the amaBhayi and Ngconde who...

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Gwali kaTshiwo, usurper King of the Xhosa, amaGwali Chief MP (deceased)

Tshiwo had three sons Phalo the Paramount, followed by Gwali founder of the amaGwali and Thiso. Phalo was the second son of Tshiwo but his older brother Gwali was from a junior wife and Pha...

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Rharabe aPhalo, Right Hand House son, Xhosa Chief, 'father of the Ciskei' (c.1722 - 1782)

The sons of Phalo were Langa , Gcaleka (Great House). Rharhabe Right Hand House), and Lutshaba (1730). Through their rivalry they would lead to the split of the Xhosa nation and set the s...

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Gcaleka aPhalo, Great House Son, King of the Xhosa, 'father of the Transkei' MP (c.1730 - 1778)

Gcaleka ka Phalo (about 1730-1792) was the founder of the Gcaleka people, a sub-group of the Xhosa nation. The sons of Phalo were Langa , Gcaleka (Great House). Rharhabe Right Hand House), and

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Phalo aThshiwo, King of the Xhosa MP (1702 - 1775)

Tshiwo had three sons Phalo the Paramount, followed by Gwali founder of the amaGwali and Thiso. Phalo was the second son of Tshiwo but his older brother Gwali was from a junior wife and Pha...

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Mbuyazi kaMpande (deceased)

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Cetshwayo kaMpande, King of the Zulus (1826 - 1884)

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Mpande kaSenzangakhona, King of the Zulus (1798 - 1872)

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Dingaan kaSenzangakhona, King of the Zulus (c.1795 - 1840)

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Shaka kaSenzangakhona, King of the Zulus (c.1787 - c.1828)

As a youth, Shaka was the butt of many jokes because of his illegitimacy, however, such taunting turned the boy into a fearless, aggressive man. When Shaka's father died, Shaka assumed control of the Z...

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