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George Lekgetho

George Lekgetho’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

John Peyntour

John Peyntour was a 14th- and 15th-century English politician.
Peyntour was a Member of Parliament for Devizes, Wiltshire in September 1397, 1407 and March 1416.
The first mention of Peyntour was in 1379, when he paid 6d. for the poll tax in Devizes. In the Parliament of 1386, he stood surety for Richard Gobet, and was made principal trustee of the chairty known as Gobet’s dole. In September 1388, he stood surety for Richard Cardmaker. After this, there is no record of him save which years he was elected in.

Nelson Diale

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Loretta Bastardo-Ibanez

Loretta Bastardo-Ibanez’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

John Perry (MP)

John Perry (ca. 1639–29 March 1732) was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1690 and 1705.
Perry was a London merchant who had interests in the East India Company and the Royal African Company.
Perry was elected Member of Parliament (MP) for New Shoreham in 1690 and held the seat until 1701 when he was defeated. He stood unsuccessfully in a second election in 1701 and was returned again for New Shoreham in 1702. He held the seat until 1705 when he was again defeated.
Perry died 29 March 1732.

Hilda Weber

Hilda Weber’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Constance Nkuna

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Refilwe Mashigo

Refilwe Mashigo’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Everson Xolo

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Richard Ntuli

Richard Ntuli’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Pamela Daniels

Pamela Daniels’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Trevor Lee

Trevor Lee Caddell (born September 30, 1993) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Trevor Lee. He is currently signed to Impact Wrestling where he is the former Impact Wrestling X Division Champion and one-time TNA World Tag Team Champion with Brian Myers.

John Osborn (politician)

Sir John Holbrook Osborn (14 December 1922 – 2 December 2015) was a British Conservative Party politician. He was educated at Rugby School and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He was Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam from 1959 to 1987, preceding Irvine Patnick. Sir John was also a Member of the European Parliament from 1975 to 1979. He was knighted in the 1983 Birthday Honours.
Osborn was interviewed in 2012 as part of The History of Parliament’s oral history project.

Stan Knowlton

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John Mounsher

John Mounsher (16 July 1665 – by December 1702) was an English businessman and politician.
He was the son of Andrew Mounsher (or Mounser) of Portsmouth, a ropemaker. He continued the rope business and was involved in local politics, becoming an Alderman in 1695 and serving as Mayor of Portsmouth in 1696 and 1700.
He was elected a Member of Parliament (MP) for Hastings in 1701, sitting until 1702.
He died in 1702, aged 37. He had married twice. With his first wife he had one son and then in 1695 he married Elizabeth Ryley of St. Saviour’s, Southwark, Surrey and had another son and a daughter.

John Miller (engineer)

John Miller of Leithen FRSE MICE DL (26 July 1805 – 8 May 1883) was a Scottish civil engineer and Liberal Party politician. Together with Thomas Grainger, he formed the influential engineering firm of Grainger and Miller, specialising in railway viaducts.

John McWilliam (Labour politician)

John David McWilliam (16 May 1941 – 14 November 2009) was a British Labour Party politician. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Blaydon from 1979 until he stood down at the 2005 general election.

Garreth Bloor

Garreth Bloor is South African politician representing the Democratic Alliance and founder of a venture capital firm. He was elected to the Cape Town City Council in 2011 and subsequently appointed to the Mayoral Committee in February 2013. He served a second Mayoral executive role heading Tourism, Events and Economic Development until the end of his term, having previously served as Mayoral head of Economic, Environment and Spatial Planning.

John Leveson-Gower, 1st Baron Gower

John Leveson-Gower, 1st Baron Gower PC (1675–1709) was a member of the Leveson-Gower family.
He was the son of Sir William Leveson-Gower, 4th Baronet and his wife Jane Granville. He was born on 7 January 1675 in Sittenham, Yorkshire. His maternal grandparents were John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath and his wife Jane Wyche, daughter of Sir Peter Wyche.

John Langley (MP)

John Langley was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1653.
Langley was a merchant of the City of London and a member of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers. He was one of the Court Assistants from 1643 to 1648 and from 1649 to 1650. He was elected alderman of the City of London for Langbourn ward in December 1649 or January 1650. From 1650 to 1652 he was on the Committee of the East India Company. In 1652 he was Commissioner for the Admiralty and Navy and also Prime Warden of the Fishmongers Company.
In 1653, Langley was nominated as Member of Parliament for City of London in the Barebones Parliament. He was a member of the Committee of the East India Company from 1653 to 1655 and from 1656 to 1657. He was one of the Court Assistants from 1664 to 1671. He was Deputy-Governor of the Levant Company from 1671 to 1672 and was again one of the Court Assistants from 1672 to 1673.
Langley became poor in his old age and a pension of £20 per annum was granted to him by the Court of Common Council on 10 October 1679.
Langley married a daughter of Richard Middleton (Alderman 1649), and his daughter married Sir Hans Sloane.

Diana Dilworth

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Naransamy Roy Naidoo

Thambi Naransamy Naidoo or Roy Naidoo (1901-1953) was a South African political activist. He was of South African Indian Tamil descent. He is the son of an early collaborator of Mahatma Gandhi, Thambi Naidoo. He was married to another activist Amma Naidoo
He was born in 1901 in Pietermaritzburg, he was adopted by the family of Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi and went to India for his education, where he studied under the poet Rabindranath Tagore. He became a trade unionist and leader of bakery workers on the Rand.
In 1946 he helped organise the campaign by Indians against the Asiatic Land Tenure and Indian Representation Act; he served two terms of imprisonment for passive resistance. He was active again in the 1952 Defiance Campaign and also served as vice-president of the Transvaal Indian Congress and chairman of the Transvaal Peace Council. He died in 1953. He was the father of Shanti Naidoo and Indris Naidoo, both active opponents of the South African regime.

John Joicey

John Joicey, DL (3 November 1816 – 15 August 1881) was a British Liberal Party politician and wealthy coal owner.
He was the fourth son of George Joicey of Backworth, Northumberland and uncle of James Joicey, 1st Baron Joicey.
With his younger brother James Joicey, in 1831 he founded mining company James Joicey & Co Ltd (incorporated in 1886), which operated several collieries in the West Durham coalfield including pits at Beamish and Tanfield. In 1924, that company merged with Lambton & Hetton Collieries to form Lambton, Hetton & Joicey Collieries.
He served as High Sheriff of Durham in 1878 and was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for North Durham at the general election in April 1880, but died in office the following year, aged 64.
He lived at Urpeth Lodge and then Newton Hall, Stocksfield, Northumberland. His daughter and heir married John Packenham Cecil, thereby creating the Joicey-Cecil family.

Patricia de Lille

Patricia de Lille (born 17 February 1951) is a South African politician and Mayor of Cape Town. She was the founder and the leader of the Independent Democrats, a South African political party which she formed in 2003 during a floor-crossing window. On 15 August 2010, the ID merged with the Democratic Alliance, South Africa’s official opposition, and de Lille took on dual party membership until her party was fully dissolved in May 2014.
On 14 March 2011, De Lille beat Grant Pascoe, Shehaam Sims and incumbent Dan Plato to become the DA’s mayoral candidate in Cape Town, ahead of the 2011 local government elections. She was declared the mayor-elect by the IEC on 20 May 2011.
De Lille was voted 22nd in the Top 100 Great South Africans, and is noted for her role in investigations into the country’s controversial Arms Deal.

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