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Ntomboxolo (deceased)

When Chief Mkhanya ka-Namba died, his younger brother and right-hand man Dyosini ka-Namba succeeded him. He had two sons, Rhamnwana and Nompempe through his wife Nontozimbi Rhatsha of Giqwa-clan. Their...

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Nolwandle

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Nomonde

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Zolani

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Mxolisi, King of Rharhabe-Xhosa (deceased)

When Chief Mkhanya ka-Namba died, his younger brother and right-hand man Dyosini ka-Namba succeeded him. He had two sons, Rhamnwana and Nompempe through his wife Nontozimbi Rhatsha of Giqwa-clan. Their...

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Petros, of the Tshawe clan (deceased)

When Chief Mkhanya ka-Namba died, his younger brother and right-hand man Dyosini ka-Namba succeeded him. He had two sons, Rhamnwana and Nompempe through his wife Nontozimbi Rhatsha of Giqwa-clan. Their...

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Nondumiso (deceased)

When Chief Mkhanya ka-Namba died, his younger brother and right-hand man Dyosini ka-Namba succeeded him. He had two sons, Rhamnwana and Nompempe through his wife Nontozimbi Rhatsha of Giqwa-clan. Their...

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Xolani

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Gcobani

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Ntlanganiso (deceased)

When Chief Mkhanya ka-Namba died, his younger brother and right-hand man Dyosini ka-Namba succeeded him. He had two sons, Rhamnwana and Nompempe through his wife Nontozimbi Rhatsha of Giqwa-clan. Their...

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Mbutiyakhe (deceased)

When Chief Mkhanya ka-Namba died, his younger brother and right-hand man Dyosini ka-Namba succeeded him. He had two sons, Rhamnwana and Nompempe through his wife Nontozimbi Rhatsha of Giqwa-clan. Their...

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Nondenze

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Nokhazi, of the amaBamba (b. - c.1975)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Rhamncwana, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Nompempe (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Nontozimbi, of Giqwa-clan (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Silimela (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Khangelanzima (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Sofutha (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Mkhanya, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Dyosini, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Dilima, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

Chief Phatho married Noxina daughter of Toyise from the Gasela-clan as senior wife and had a son named Dilima. Chief Dilima's senior wife was the daughter of Ndileka (a Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe tr...

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Namba, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

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Thuthula (deceased)

Mostert, Noel: ‘Frontiers’. 1992, Jonathan Cape, London p 429

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Khwane, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (c.1700 - d.)

amaGqunukhwebe (Xhosa and Khoi mixed blood chiefdom. Xhosa by adoption during reign of Tshiwo) Khwane c1700? Tyhara Tshaka d1793 Chungwa d 1812 Pato

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Tyhara, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

amaGqunukhwebe (Xhosa and Khoi mixed blood chiefdom. Xhosa by adoption during reign of Tshiwo) Khwane c1700? Tyhara Tshaka d1793 Chungwa d 1812 Pato

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Tshaka, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (b. - 1793)

amaGqunukhwebe (Xhosa and Khoi mixed blood chiefdom. Xhosa by adoption during reign of Tshiwo) Khwane c1700? Tyhara Tshaka d1793 Chungwa d 1812 Pato

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Chungwa, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (b. - 1812)

amaGqunukhwebe (Xhosa and Khoi mixed blood chiefdom. Xhosa by adoption during reign of Tshiwo) Khwane c1700? Tyhara Tshaka d1793 Chungwa d 1812 Pato

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Kobe (deceased)

amaGqunukhwebe (Xhosa and Khoi mixed blood chiefdom. Xhosa by adoption during reign of Tshiwo) Khwane c1700? Tyhara Tshaka d1793 Chungwa d 1812 Pato

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Kama, Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

Six feet tall. Weslyan convert (unlike his brother - principal chief, Pato), who married Nqgika's daughter and refused to take any more wives due to religious his beliefs (Mostert, Noel: ‘Fronti...

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Pato, Principal Chief of the amaGqunukhwebe (deceased)

amaGqunukhwebe (Xhosa and Khoi mixed blood chiefdom. Xhosa by adoption during reign of Tshiwo) Khwane c1700? Tyhara Tshaka d1793 Chungwa d 1812 Pato

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Nomsa, of the amaBomvana, Great House Wife (deceased)

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

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Ngubesizwe Siwani, Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe MP

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell does not show him as a direct son of Zwelindile

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Msawezulu Siwani (b. - 1999)

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Nofikile (deceased)

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Seyisi, Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe (b. - 1900)

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Zimlindile Payment Siwani, Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe MP (b. - 1994)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Emma, the daughter of Sandile who refused to marry Ngangelizwe polygamously (deceased)

The Story of Ngangelizwe the abaThembu wife-beater & his father-in-law, Sarhili of the Gcaleka Xhosa, & how he came to cede his territory to the British Sarhili ’s daughter, Novili , was Ngang...

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Novili Nomkafulo, Great Wife of Ngangelizwe MP (deceased)

Sarili ka Hintsa (about 1810 - 1892) was the 5th chief of the Gcaleka sub-group of the Xhosa nation from 1835 until his death in 1892 at Sholora, Bomvanaland. He was also known as Kreli, and led the Gc...

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NN wife beaten to death by Ngangelizwe (b. - 1875)

The Story of Ngangelizwe the abaThembu wife-beater & his father-in-law, Sarhili of the Gcaleka Xhosa, & how he came to cede his territory to the British Sarhili ’s daughter, Novili , was Ngang...

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Daliso (deceased)

The Story of Ngangelizwe the abaThembu wife-beater & his father-in-law, Sarhili of the Gcaleka Xhosa, & how he came to cede his territory to the British Sarhili ’s daughter, Novili , was Ngang...

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Bulukwe 'Trousers' (c.1872 - d.)

The Story of Ngangelizwe the abaThembu wife-beater & his father-in-law, Sarhili of the Gcaleka Xhosa, & how he came to cede his territory to the British Sarhili ’s daughter, Novili , was Ngang...

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Gushiphela Siwani, Chief of the imiDushane kaNdlambe (b. - 1942)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell Scheub, Harold :The Tongue is Fire: South African Storytellers and Apartheid

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Menziwa, Chief of imiDushane kaNdlambe (b. - 1919)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Ngangelizwe Qeya, 6th & last independent Paramount Chief / King of the abaThembu MP (c.1846 - 1884)

Ngangelizwe Qeya c1840-84 Last independent Thembu paramount chief (1863-84) Ngangelizwe’s father died in 1849 and a regent ruled until the son was old enough to become chief in 1863. Through h...

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Mtikrakra (Great House Son), King of the abaThembu MP (1819 - 1849)

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Ngubengcuka Vusani, King of the abaThembu (c.1790 - 1830)

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Zondwa, King of the abaThembu (b. - c.1756)

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Thato, King of the abaThembu (deceased)

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Dlomo Right Hand House Son, King of the abaThembu (deceased)

The earliest known ancestor of the abaThembu was Mbulali, whose grandson, Thembu, led his people from the present kwaZulu-Natal area to Dedesi in the present day Eastern cape. Eight generations later...

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Madiba, King of the abaThembu (b. - c.1699)

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Hala, SV/PROG King of the abaThembu (deceased)

The earliest known ancestor of the abaThembu was Mbulali, whose grandson, Thembu, led his people from the present kwaZulu-Natal area to Dedesi in the present day Eastern cape. Eight generations later...

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Mpondo, King of the amaMpondo (deceased)

When there are twins from the great house, such as Mpondo and Mpondomise, prioritising the rights of inheritance becomes a matter of the father’s preference. In naming his heir, the father takes...

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Mhlontlo (fl 1880), last King of the amaMpondomise MP (deceased)

The story of how the Mpondomise were wiped out On 23 Oct 1880, Paramount Chief of the Mpondomise, Mhlonto , lured Hamilton Hope, the third resident magistrate at Tsolo in the Eastern Cape, and his st...

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Myeki (fl 1839), King of the amaMpondomise (deceased)

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

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Qiya, Great House Son who lost the kingship of the amaMpondo (deceased)

The story of how the Mpondo kingship transferred from Qiya to Gangata Qiya , the Great House Son and heir to the Mponde king, Cabe , fell out with his younger brother, Gangata . In the fighting that ...

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NN Great House Wife of Qiya then Gangata (deceased)

The story of how the Mpondo kingship transferred from Qiya to Gangata Qiya, the Great House Son and heir to the Mponde king, Cabe , fell out with his younger brother, Gangata . In the fighting that e...

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Steve Biko MP (1946 - 1977)

Steve Biko - Wikipedia entry "On 18 August 1977, Biko was arrested at a police roadblock under the Terrorism Act No 83 of 1967 and interrogated by officers of the Port Elizabeth security police inc...

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Sigcawu, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Mqikela, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Ndayeni, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

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Ngqungqushe, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Faku, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Tahle, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Nyawuza, SV/PROG King of amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Citwayo, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

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Bata / Bala?, King of amaMpondo (deceased)

The story of how the Mpondo kingship transferred from Qiya to Gangata Qiya , the Great House Son and heir to the Mponde king, Cabe , fell out with his younger brother, Gangata . In the fighting that ...

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Gangata, Right Hand House Son who became King of the amaMpondo (deceased)

The story of how the Mpondo kingship transferred from Qiya to Gangata Qiya , the Great House Son and heir to the Mponde king, Cabe , fell out with his younger brother, Gangata . In the fighting that ...

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Cabe, King of the amaMpondo (deceased)

The story of how the Mpondo kingship transferred from Qiya to Gangata Qiya, the Great House Son and heir to the Mponde king, Cabe , fell out with his younger brother, Gangata . In the fighting that e...

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Njanya (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Sibiside (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Mpondomise, King of the amaMpondomise (deceased)

When there are twins from the great house, such as Mpondo and Mpondomise, prioritising the rights of inheritance becomes a matter of the father’s preference. In naming his heir, the father takes...

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Santsabe, King of the amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Sukude, King of the amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Msiza, King of the amaMpondo (deceased)

Crampton, Hazel. ‘The Sunburnt Queen’. Johannesburg: Jacana. 2004. Print. Contact Sharon Doubell

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Thiso (deceased)

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

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Gando, 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, 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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Qwambi (deceased)

As his people were moving and expanding Xhosa begot Malangana who begot Nkosiyamntu. Nkosiyamntu had four children the Cirha, Tshawe, Jwara (oldest), Qwambi. When Nkosiyamntu died his Greathouse son Ci...

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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 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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Malangana (deceased)

Xhosa as his people were moving and expanding begot Malangana who begot Nkosiyamntu. Nkosiyamntu had four children the Cirha, Tshawe, Jwara (oldest), Qwambi. When Nkosiyamntu died his Greathouse son Ci...

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Mguntu (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA p70

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Kalashe (deceased)

Peires, JB: ‘The House of Phalo’. 1981, Raven Press, Johannesburg, SA p70

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NN (mother of Ncaphayi), Right Hand Wife (deceased)

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Lindinyura (deceased)

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Mhala (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 (b. - 1845)

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

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Bika (deceased)

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

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Kondile (deceased)

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

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Smith (deceased)

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

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Makinana (deceased)

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

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Jali (b. - 1878)

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

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Siyolo 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 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, 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, 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 (b. - 1846)

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

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Mqhayi, Regent (b. - 1854)

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

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Mxhamli (b. - 1846)

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

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