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Edward Mhinga
Edward Mhinga (5 December 1927 – 2 September 2017)[1] was the second Chief Minister of Gazankulu, a former bantustan in apartheid-era South Africa. References[edit]^ ObituaryThis article about a politician from the Republic of South Africa is a stub
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Union Of South Africa
The Union of South Africa
South Africa
(Dutch: Unie van Zuid-Afrika, Afrikaans: Unie van Suid-Afrika) is the historic predecessor to the present-day republic of South Africa. It came into being on 31 May 1910 with the unification of four previously separate British colonies: the Cape, Natal, Transvaal and Orange River colonies
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Chief Minister Of Gazankulu
(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)Tenure Incumbent AffiliationMachangana1 July 1971 to 1 February 1973 Hudson William Edison Ntsanwisi, Chief Councillor  Gazankulu (Self-Rule)1 February 1973 to 25 March 1993 Hudson William Edison Ntsanwisi, Chief Minister XPP25 March 1993 to April 1993 Edward Mhinga, acting Chief Minister  April 1993 to 26 April 1994 Samuel Dickenson Nxumalo, Chief Minister XPPGazankulu re-integrated into South Africa on 27 April 1994Political Affiliation[edit] XPP – Ximoko Progressive Party See also[edit]Bantustan President of South Africa List of State Presidents of South Africa List of Prime Ministers of South Africa Governor-General of the Union of South Africa Apartheid Non-recognized nations L
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Hudson William Edison Ntsanwisi
Hudson William Edison Ntsanwisi (11 July 1920 - 23 March 1993[1]) was the first Chief Minister of Gazankulu, a former bantustan in apartheid-era South Africa. Biography[edit] Ntsanwisi was born on 11 July 1920 at Shiluvane
Shiluvane
Swiss Mission Station, 10 km south of Tzaneen, Transvaal Province
Transvaal Province
of South Africa. He attended the University of South Africa, where he obtained a Master's degree in African studies in 1965. He then went on to attend Georgetown University
Georgetown University
in the United States, where he studied linguistics. After returning to South Africa, he worked as a teacher, and later as a school inspector in the northern Transvaal Province. He became the first Chief Minister of Machangana (which was later renamed Gazankulu) in 1969. He served as Chief Minister until his death in 1993. Ntsanwisi was a supporter of South African President F.W
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Samuel Dickenson Nxumalo
Samuel Dickenson Nxumalo was the third and last Chief Minister of Gazankulu,[1] a former bantustan in apartheid-era South Africa. He served as Chief Minister from April 1, 1993 to April 26, 1994, when the bantustan was re-integrated into Transvaal. Early life[edit] Nxumalo was born at Gijana Village in 1926. He was born into a junior house of the Ndwandwe clan, a true and a direct descendent of warrior King Nghunghunyane, the last lion of Gaza. References[edit]^ http://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/2012/09/17/former-chief-honouredThis article about a politician from the Republic of South Africa is a stub
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List Of Chief Ministers Of Gazankulu
(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)Tenure Incumbent AffiliationMachangana1 July 1971 to 1 February 1973 Hudson William Edison Ntsanwisi, Chief Councillor  Gazankulu (Self-Rule)1 February 1973 to 25 March 1993 Hudson William Edison Ntsanwisi, Chief Minister XPP25 March 1993 to April 1993 Edward Mhinga, acting Chief Minister  April 1993 to 26 April 1994 Samuel Dickenson Nxumalo, Chief Minister XPPGazankulu re-integrated into South Africa on 27 April 1994Political Affiliation[edit] XPP – Ximoko Progressive Party See also[edit]Bantustan President of South Africa List of State Presidents of South Africa List of Prime Ministers of South Africa Governor-General of the Union of South Africa Apartheid Non-recognized nations L
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Bantustan
A Bantustan (also known as Bantu homeland, black homeland, black state or simply homeland; Afrikaans: Bantoestan) was a territory set aside for black inhabitants of South Africa and South West Africa (now Namibia), as part of the policy of apartheid. Ten Bantustans were established in South Africa, and then in neighbouring South West Africa (then under South African administration), for the purpose of concentrating the members of designated ethnic groups, thus making each of those territories ethnically homogeneous as the basis for creating "autonomous" nation states for South Africa's different black ethnic groups. The term was first used in the late 1940s and was coined from Bantu (meaning "people" in some of the Bantu languages) and -stan (a suffix meaning "land" in the Persian language and some Persian-influenced languages of western, central, and southern Asia)
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Edward Mhinga
Edward Mhinga (5 December 1927 – 2 September 2017)[1] was the second Chief Minister of Gazankulu, a former bantustan in apartheid-era South Africa. References[edit]^ ObituaryThis article about a politician from the Republic of South Africa is a stub
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