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Creation_date 2008-05-23T16:33:00
Media Id 70_232
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Description SAED:SOCIAL:PERSONALITY:DRUM OCTOBER 1959 Proud and self-conscious, the khaki-clad Mafokeng Guards pave the way for the Chief down a dusty street of the village of Phokeng. Rustenburg Coronation It lasted three days. Fifteen thousand people came. Jazz bands, brass bands, the lot. Even the Minister of Bantu Administration looked in at the village of Phokeng for the coronation of Chief ¨dward Patric Lbone Molotlegi of the Bafokeng tribe. Joburg's nitelife celebrities, professional men, teachers, factory workers, businessmen and the usual ’guests“ who turn up to everything going. They all flocked to the dusty, country village of Phokeng, near Rustenburg, in the Transvaal. It was going to be ’The feast of the year,“ (Photograph by Peter Magubane Baileys Archives) NEG 14
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