The banishment of Mamogase Sebei, Mashilo Tseke Nchabeleng, Kgalabotwane Tseke and Alfred Mamagale Tebeila, from Sekhukhuneland, Lydenburg District, Transvaal [Limpopo Province]  in 1965 was motivated on the grounds that they were ‘weerbarstiges’ (rebels) who were opposed to Bantu Administration (BA), and interfering in the “smooth running of tribal affairs.”  It was noted that the Chief transferred them to the authority of another Chief but that they refused to move.


• Contribution by Professor S. Badat, Rhodes University, 2012. From the book, Forgotten People - Political Banishment under Apartheid by Professor S. Badat

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