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Description SAED:SPORTS:PERSONALITY:DRUM FEBRUARY 1952 First African Lady Golfer - Mary Mofokeng Issues challenge To golfers of her sex. Back in Domestic Science at home in Pimvile on a Saturday afternoon, Mary is sharing a joke with her sister in-law, Mrs Edith Mkasibe, over a cup of tea. Mary Mofokengs first ambitions didn't have a thing to do with golf, in fact they didnÕt have a thing to do with sport generally. Born at Harrismith, Orange Free State, 26 years ago, she was, unfortunately parentless at an early age; but sympathetic relations thought she should become a school teacher. So they sent her to a Natal Institution for a domestic Science course, which she completed, but has never found much use for ever since; for , instead for practicing domestic science she joined a Johannesburg dry cleaning factory as an ordinary hand, and still in the dry cleaning business, this time as a marker. (Photograph by Jurgen Schaderberg © BAHA) NEG 011 FRAME 4
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