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Description DM2008110603:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:NOV 1963 - Kei Giants Slug It Out - Victor Poto. The Transkei's Big Two in the race to be first Prime Minister of the territory have set the tone for the elections on November 20. No-one thought that the battle would be gentle, but both have opened up their campaigns with fighting speeches that have shocked every-one. Matanzima started it with slashing attack on Poto. He accused him of - among other things - making a 'shameless attempt to sell his colleagues (chiefs) on the altar of bloodthirsty Communist.' The normally diplomatic and restrained Poto hit back hard and called this attack 'the lowest depths to which politics in the Transkei have sunk.' And so the stage is set for what should be one of South Africa's hottest elections. (Photograph by Peter Magubane ©BAHA)
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