Seme, Pixley ka Isaka

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Seme, Pixley ka Isaka

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1881–1951

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Political activist. Received his English name from American missionary Reverend S. C. Pixley who sent him to high school in the USA. Returned to South Africa after studying at both Columbia University and Oxford University. Co-founded the ANC, 8 January 1912 (through the South African Native National Congress) and was its president, 1930–37.

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ZA-COM-03844

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