|Last name||First name||Synopsis||Date of birth||Date of death|
A member of the Liberal Party of South Africa (LPSA). Banned by the apartheid government.
|Zadunge||Gavu||1919||18 September 1962|
Pianist and Composer
|Zambodla||Leonard||1940||30 May 1968|
Minor, Worker, Casualty
|16 August 2012|
Journalist, Chief of the Mbuto (Mbuthweni) section of the Hlubi group of tribes.
|20 August 1879||26 July 1963|
Photographer, Afrapix member
Political prisoner, banned person, member of the ANC, ANCWL, FEDSAW, UWCO and SANSCO, Vice Chairperson of UWO and recipient of The Order of Luthuli in Silver
Journalist, Politician, Member of Parliament, Premier of the Western Cape and current leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA)
Chief of the AmaZondi Chieftaincy and leader of the Bhambatha Rebellion of 1906
|Zondi (More and More)||Elijah||
|22 October 1917|
|Zondo||Andrew||Andrew Sibusiso Zondo was born in KwaMashu, Durban. At the age of 16, he became a member of the African National Congress (ANC) and their armed wing uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK). On 23 December 1985, Zondo planted a bomb at Sanlam shopping centre in Amanzimtoti which killed five people and injured 140. He was sentenced to death five times and was hanged on 9 September 1986.||1966/67||9 September 1986|
Member of the Ministerial Task Team that drafted the Labour Relations Bill for the post-apartheid era, first chairperson of the Governing Body of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), served on the Goldstone Commission, Judge President of the Labour Court and the Labour Appeal Court, chair of the Language Committee of Heads of Court, Constitutional Court judge, Deputy Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa and current Acting Chief Justice, and Chair of the Judicial Commission into State Capture.
Was born in the rural town of Ixopo, Natal (now KwaZulu-Natal) in 1960
Teacher, Principal, Bishop suffragan of the Diocese of the St Johns in the Transkei, President of the World Council of Churches (WCC), Bishop of Zululand and Swaziland, member of the African National Congress, National Chairperson of Inkatha
|Zulu||Gideon||1 January 1934||16 May 2006|
King of the Zulus.
|c. 1787||24 September 1828|
|Zulu||Mr.||29 February 1992|
Painter and Graphic Artist
|24 November 1948||14 November 1996|
Member of the ANC and MK, Deputy-Secretary General of the ANC, Deputy President of South Africa, President of South Africa and the African National Congress (ANC).
|12 April 1942|
Social Documentary Photographer
|Zwi||Morris||Photographer, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist|
Artist and critic of political injustices.