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Port Elizabeth

city in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
City Hall Port Elizabeth-003.jpg

Port Elizabeth is the large city in the Eastern Cape.[1] Port Elizabeth is also pronounced P.E. The very own place which is near to is Cape Town. PE is one of South Africa's well know Xhosa City in the Cape Colony.

HistoryEdit

The history of South Africa Eastern Cape, tells that the Dutch rule came and made racism in Port Elizabeth, which moved across Namibia, Zimbabwe and Angola.

The National Statue Assembled by Ruan Swartz was made in early 1847, when it was The Bulls Kraal (Indlalofa YeBulu) which has mads P.E very different and notable worldwide business men and women to make a living of it.

Historical Way and ActivistEdit

  • South African former planter (1756) Andiphile Ndlovu was the first activist who fought for their children's rights in Nokubonga, he then moved to East London to fight, and is not know yet.

Former Xhosa president of South Africa Nelson Mandela who stopped the attack in 1965 to 1984, when he was released for the equality he had made for Africa and black Americans. The known Southern African city which had its own strikes Port Elizabeth has notable people, like actors, actresses, political and political peopls, singers and many more current events.

People percentages in Port ElizabethEdit

People Present Amount Accuracy
Xhosa 199.77℅ 986,456 Total African
White 95℅ 567,009 White. African
Coloured 87℅ 435,137 Total African
Zulu 12℅ 55,457 Total African
Other 03℅ 13,579

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