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Caption: Figure 1: Map of South Africa showing study area, Umtata (now Mthatha), in the province of Eastern Cape (by courtesy of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., copyright 2009; used with permission) .
In the first visit the focus group sessions (two groups in Umtata and one group in Port St Johns) were limited to the numbers advised within the focus group literature, namely about 8 members each (cf.
Intracranial suppuration: Review of an 8-year experience at Umtata General Hospital and Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
The "animal autobiography" (Derrida 2002: 405) that attends Naude's "Dead Nguni beside the Road Outside Umtata" (a scene of animal survival and death) describes the dire, exposed, and resilient lives of any number of poverty-stricken human settlements on the edge of passages of indifferent transition.
(27) Jean Isaac, Louise Kretzschmar, Margie Pigott, and Nelda Thelin, "A Case Study: The Umtata Women's Theology Group," in Women Hold up Half the Sky: Women in the Church in Southern Africa, ed.
 Victoria Hospital at the Lovedale Mission and Umtata Hospital were provincial hospitals and were therefore state aided.
"We lived in a less grand style in Qunu, but it was in that village near Umtata that I spent the happiest years of my boyhood and whence I trace my earliest memories."
Born on18 July, 1918 in a small village of Mvezo, Umtata district in South Africa, Nelson Mandela attended the University of Fort Hare but was expelled for political activism in 1940.
The man who died an anti-apartheid hero, world statesman and symbol of the strength of the human spirit was born Rolihlahla Mandela in a village near Umtata in the Transkei on July 18, 1918.
July 18, 1918 -- Born to Hendry Mphakanyiswa, a Thembu chief, and Nosekeni Qunu in the Umtata district of the Transkei, at a time when virtually all of Africa was under European colonial rule.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born on July 18, 1918 in a village near Umtata in the Transkei.
Hace 95 anos (1918), que se cumplen el proximo jueves 18 de julio, nacio en Mvezo (algunos la llaman Qunu), una aldea de alrededor de 300 habitantes, cerca de Umtata en el Transkei, Sudafrica, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, uno de los trece hijos que tuvo su padre Gadla Hendry Mphakanyiswa, consejero principal de la casa real Thembu, del clan Madiba de la etnia Xhosa.
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