|Last name||First name||Synopsis||Date of birth||Date of death|
|Oewies-Shongwe||Maggie||Founder of the DWA, played an instrumental role in convincing the Department of Education to open Model C schools to all races||1940|
Trained interpreter and Khoisan leader in the mid 1600s. He led the Khoikhoi in the first Khoikhoi-Dutch war.
|of the Goringhaicona||Krotoa||
A Khoi woman who worked as a domestic servant in the Van Riebeeck house and a translator for the Dutch authorities. Her marriage was the first recorded union between a ‘native’ and a ‘settler’. She was banished to Robben Island
|Oliphant||William||14 April 1986|
For his excellent contribution to the development of soccer in South Africa and leadership in the successful bid and hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Molefi Oliphant was awarded the Order of Ikhamanga in Gold
|6 March 1952|
|Oliphant||Welile||27 August 1992|
|Omar||Dullah||Anti-apartheid activist, human rights lawyer, member of the Unity Movement, Western Cape UDF Chairman, political detainee, member of the ANC and Cabinet Minister of Justice and Transport and the democratic South Africa.||26 May 1934||13 March 2004|
Diamond, gold mining and financial entrepreneur, and founder of the Anglo-American Corporation of South Africa.
|22 May 1880|
A medical Doctor
|6 October 1922||15 June 2005|