Gazankulu


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Gazankulu

(formerly) a Bantu homeland in South Africa; abolished in 1993. Capital: Giyani
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Gazankulu had its own "Ximoko xa Rixaka," Kwazulu had "Inkatha ye Sizwe," and Lebowa had "Than ya Setshaba" which on account of Inkatha's unpopularity among progressive forces, was dubbed Lebowa's own Inkathari (SAIRR 1987/88:4; Molefe 1986).
The self-governing territories were KwaZulu, KaNgwane, Gazankulu, Lebowa, KwaNdebele, and Qwaqwa.
4 Transvaal, Cape, Natal, Orange, Kwazulu, Kangwane, Qwaqwa, Gazankulu, Lebowa, Kwandebele, Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, and Ciskei.
Lebowa, the former bantustan for the Northern BaSotho, had 153 chiefs, while Venda had only 28 and Gazankulu 38.
It also is to repeal the Self-Governing Territories Act, effectively ending the existence of the "national states" of Kwa-Zulu, Qwa-Qwa, Lebowa, Gazankulu, KwaNdebele and KaNgwane.
Studies have reported the prevalence of anaemia in pregnancy to be between 22% and 35% in Durban, 27% and 37% in Johannesburg, and 33% in Gazankulu.