She was a loyal gender activist – Sowetan

Date: June 27, 2010
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Nomhle Pretty Singonzo was not just a pretty face. She worked hard, fought for the rights of women and children and assisted anyone who needed help. Born on September 10, 1966 the mother of three sons and a daughter passed matric in 1984 at Vulamasango Secondary School.


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