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Title ur Aims, By The Big Three -
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Keywords Drum Magazine, South Africa, South African history, black and white image, horizontal, women, tradition, politics, November, 1963, Transkei, election campaign, black African people, Xhosa women, 1960s, Drum Photographer, hut, blanket,
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Creation_date 2008-02-15T20:42:53
Description DM2001092001:SAED:POLITICS:TRADITION:WOMEN:NOV1963 - Our Aims, By The Big Three - All over the Transkei, in the towns, in the kraals and deep in the hills, they're talking of 'The New Government'. During an extensive eve-of-election tour of the territory, we heard men making speeches that border on sedition (in South Africa). We heard men talking tough, talking dreams of a Utopia. And at times, we heard people talking downright trash. The highlight of the Transkei campaigne is undoubtedly the bitter clash between Paramount Chief Kaiser Matanzima and Paramount Chief Victor Poto. Looming in the background, and perhaps the most important man in the election, is Paramount Chief Sabata Dalindyebo of the Tembus. These women supported Dalindyebo. (Photograph by Drum photographer BAHA) elections, Bantustan
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