|Last name||First name||Synopsis||Date of birth||Date of death|
Chief of the Mpondos
|1780||29 October 1867|
ANC political activist and civic leader
|11 February 1956|
Soldier, Psychiatrist, Rebel, father, freedom fighter, decorated soldier, Philosopher and Author of mind provoking books such as ‘The Wretch of the Earth’, A Dying Colonialism’, Black Skin, White Mask’ and ‘Toward the African Revolution
South African pop singer
|Fatyela||Livingstone||1937||30 May 1967|
clergyman and Author
|29 August 1795||28 March 1875|
Afrikaans dramatist, actress, producer and elocutionist
member of the ANCYL and later the PAC
Member of ANC, MK, PEBCO and the UDF
Member of SACPO, MK Cadre, Author and part of the Wankie Campaign.
Classical scholar, author, advocate, Town Clerk of Johannesburg, legal adviser to the British High Commissioner in South Africa, member of the Transvaal Legislative Council, member of the Unionist Party and the South African Party, judge in the Transva
|22 November 1874||5 November 1965|
|21 May 1942||1991|
Newspaper publisher and ANC member
Poet, writer, performance artist, activist, founder member of Bush Poets, the Afrikaans Writers Association (Afrikaanse Skrywersvereniging), and Women in X-chains, member of the Women’s Education and Artistic Voice Expression (WEAVE), played an instrumental role in the repatriation of Sarah Baartman’s remains from France to South Africa, recipient of the Minister’s Award for Women
|29 August 1953|
|Ferus||John (Hennie)||8 February 1940||1981|
A Medical Doctor. A member of the African National Congress and Umkhonto we Sizwe.
A Medical Doctor. A member of the COD and Umkhonto we Sizwe.
A member of South African Congress of Democrats, Communist Party of South Africa and The Anti-Apartheid Movement
trade unionist, politcal detainee, banned person, banished to Transkei
Farmer; President of Rhodesian Tobacco Association; army serviceman in the Second World War; Member of Parliament for the Dominion Party; Founder member of the Rhodesian Front (FR); the seventh white Rhodesian Prime Minister.
Banned person, Robben Island prisoner, Member of Parliament, Executive and Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay M
Singer and educationist
A gay rights activist and a member of OLGA and the UDF
|Fineberg (nee Nicholson)||Anne||
A member of the South African Communist Party (SACP)
Member of the Communist Party of South Africa
Member of the SACP and ANC, founder member of the South African Congress of Democrats (COD) and Author.
A member of the South African Communist Party
A member of the South African Communist Party
Lawyer and Chairman of the SACP
|23-April-1908||08 May 1975|
Political activist, member of the South African Communist Party and the Federation of South African Women.
South African football player
A member of the African National Congress
first woman trade unionist, first woman printer and first woman city councillor.
Snake venom specialist
A social worker
Worked in the Guardian news paper
A member of the Communist Party of South Africa
Popular South African actor
Lawrence Folley had a long and distinguished career on the stage, appearing in opera, operetta, musicals and concert platforms around the world. He won the Nederburg Opera prize five times and the coveted Artes Award. Folley was voted South
Teacher, headmaster, community activist and Boy Scout leader. For his outstanding leadership in education and contribution to community service and the Boy Scout Movement of South Africa, Reginald Dudley Forde was awarded the Order of the Baobab in Bro
|20 April 1940|
journalist, author, barrister and member of the COD and SACP
|Forman||Sadie||Anti-apartheid activist, women’s rights activist, member of the African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL), banned||1929||11 December 2014|
|Fourie||Joey||Trade unionist, organised workers in the catering trade, first secretary of the Waitress Union, secretary of the National Union of Distributive Workers in Cape Town, secretary of the South African Hairdressers’ Union, member of the Communist Party of South Africa, Woodstock City Council, banned||7 October 1962|
|Fourie||Jopie (Josef Johannes)||
Scout and dispatch rider during the South African War.
|1878||20 December 1914|
A member of the Liberal Party of South Africa (LPSA). Banned by the apartheid government.
franck was a self-taught artist.
First female Ophthamologist in South Africa
An active trade unionist and member of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), she received military training in Angola and the Soviet Union and was exiled in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Angola. She has recently held the position of Minister of Public Service and Administration.
Witwatersrand University SRC member, political detainee, cartoonist, architect, university lecturer, member of the ANC, participant at CODESA, Senior Manager (Philately) at the South African Post Office, member of the board of South African History Onl
|28 September 1946|
Actress and teacher
|Friba||Franklin Kaye Kendall Ariba||1870|
Labour activist, academic and newspaper columnist
|31 March 1953|
South African playwright, actor, and novelist world famous for his cutting portrayal of apartheid
|Fula||Arthur||Novelist, poet, first Black African Afrikaans author, court interpreter, recipient of the Government’s National Order of Ikhamanga in Bronze||16 May 1908||16 May 1966|
Member of the African National Congress (ANC)