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A

Abrahams, Israe l - Chief Rabbi of Cape Town and Hebrew scholar
Ackermann, LWH - Justice of the South African Constitutional Court
Ackerman, Raymond - Business Entreprenuer
Albasini, João - White Chief of the Shangaan, elephant-hunter and trader
Arndt, Ernest -
Arndt, Ruth -
Autshumao - Chief and interpreter of the Gorinhaikonas

B

Bassa, Cassim Mohammed - Estate agent and community leader
Boesak, Allan
Boshoff, Carel - Academic and Afrikaner cultural leader
Booth, Joseph - Missionary
Bopalamo, Maggie - Teacher and activist
Bourke, Richard - Acting Governor of the Cape Colony

C

Cachalia, Azhar - Political activist, former treasurer of the UDF, Judge and Law Expert.
Calata, Rev. James - Anglican clergyman
Cameron, Edwin - Activist and advocator of equality and human rights
Cassidy, Michael - South African Christian leader, writer and founder of Africa Enterprise
Cilié, Martha Helena
Champion, Rev George
Cherry, Janet - Scholar and academic
Colenso, Harriette Emily - Anglican Missionary and Pamphleteer
Crowther, Samuel Bishop - Bishop

D

Dalindyebo, Sabata Paramount Chief - Chief
Dayal, Bhawani Sannyassi - Campaigner for Indian rights
Degenaar, Johannes Jacobus - Philosopher and Lecturer
De Villiers, Anna - Educator and author
De Villiers, Izak - Dominee, Poet, Author and Editor
Didcott, John Mowbray - Former Justice of the South African Constitutional Court 1995-1998
Doke, Rev Joseph J.
Doman
Dowling, Kevin - Priest
Dwane, James Mata - Church leader

F

Faku - Chief of the Mpondos
Fawcett, Millicent
Fincken, Mary Eveline - Singer, teacher of singing and educationist
Freund, Wilhelmina Louisa Ida (Minna) - Actress and Teacher

G

Goldstone, Richard - South African judge
Grout, Rev Aldin

H

Haron, Imam Abdullah - Muslim cleric and community leader
Hobhouse, Emily - Secretary of the South African Conciliation Committee
Huddleston, Trevor (Father) - Anglican churchman and human rights campaigner,
Huss, Father Bernhard Alexander CMM - Missionary and social reformer

J

Johnson, Gail
Joosub, Mohamed

K

Kekana, Johannes Jane Tane - Chief
Kerzner, Solomon - Chartered accountant, Entrepreneur, Property developer, Resort operator and Founder of the Sun City
Khuzwayo, Ellen
Kohler, Charles W H - Founder of the Co-operative Wine Growers' Association of SA, or (KWV)
Kriegler, Johann Christiaan
Krotoa

L

Lakhi, Cassim - Philanthropist
Langa, Pius Nkonzo - Deputy Chief Justice of the South African Constitutional Court 1994 -
Lapsley, Michael (“Allan”) - Religion
Lekganyane, Joseph Engenas - Bishop and leader of St Engenas ZCC (the Dove)
Lesolang, S. J. J. - Businessman
Livingstone, David - Colonial explorer
Loram, Charles Templeman - Educationist

M

Madala, Tholakele Hope - Justice of the South African Constitutional Court
Magogo, Princess (Constance Magogo Sibilile Mantithi Ngangezinye ka Dinuzulu)
Mahomed, Ismail - Lawyer
Mahlangu, Prince James Senzangakhona - Chief Minister of former KwaNdebele homeland
Malange, Nise
Mangcu, Adeline - HIV positive mother and works as an AIDS educator.
Maqoma - Chief
Maponya, Matome - Businessman
Marie, Lutchmee
Marks, Sammy - Hawker
Maseko, Mizream - SA painter and Zion Christian Church Deacon
Mashinini, Nomkhitha Virginia
Matseke, Simon Petros (Peter) - Court interpreter
Mattera, Donato Francisco - Poet, Musician, and Community Activist.
Mkhatshwa, Father Smangaliso - Leading Catholic priest and political activist, currently Mayor of Tshwane.
Moerane, Manasseh Tebatso - Journalist, Educator and Civic Leader
Mogano, Flora - Community leader
Mokone, Mangena M - Reverend and founder of the independent Ethiopian Church in South Africa
Mokgoro, Yvonne - Justice of the South African Constitutional Court
Moloto, Ernest Sedumedi - Linguist, educationist and teacher
Motlana, Nthato Harrison - Community leader
Moshesh, Jeremiah D - Chief
Mpande kaSenzangakhona - King of the Zulus
Mpanza, James (Sofasonke) - Community leader
Mqotsi, Livingstone - Educator, editor, author and lawyer
Murray, Andrew - Clergyman and educationist
Mutwa, Credo - Author and traditional healer
Mzimba, Pambani Jeremiah - Minister of religion

N

Naude, Christiaan Frederik Beyers
Naidoo, Morgan (Gonaseelan) - President of South African Council on Sport (SACOS)
Nesser, Michiel Hendrik
Ncube, Sister Bernard - Religion
Ndlovu, Maria - Community leader
Ngcobo, Sandile - Justice of the South African Constitutional Court
Noel, Jeanie - Community leader
Nongqawuse
Ntoane, S .G. Sekano - Church moderator

O

O'Regan, Kate - Justice of the South African Constitutional Court

P

Phillips, Ray E. - Missionary
Poto, Victor -Transkeian chief
Pretorius, Andries Wilhelmus Jacobus - Voortrekker leader after whom Pretoria was named.

R

Ramphele, Mamphela - Doctor, academic and first woman and Black person in South Africa to be a University Vice-Chancellor
Ribeiro, Florence Barbera - Community worker
Ribeiro, Fabian Defu
Rupert, Anton Edward - Entrepreneur, businessman and conservationist

S

Scott, Michael - Scottish Anglican cleric and anti-racism activist who worked in South Africa
Schlesin, Miss -Teacher
Schmidt, Georg - Missionary worker
Shembe, Isaiah Mdliwamafa - Religious leader and founder of the Nazareth Church
Smith, Charlene
Soga, Janet Burnside - Mother of prominent Soga children
Steyn, Hendrik Pieter Marthinus
Stuurman, Dawid - Leader of the Khoi people

T

Tempo, Anna - Christian
Thebehali, Ngoako David - Former Mayor of Soweto
Tutu, Mpilo Desmond - Cleric

W

West, Martin
Wilson, Monica Hunter
Wood, Josephine Ethel -Teacher

Y

Yacoob, Zakeria Mohammed
Yusuf, Sheik - Former Islamic Cleric

Z

Zibi, Shadrack Fuba - Chief of the Amahlubi
Zulu, Alphaeus Hamilton - Bishop