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King Bhungane III, born Khulu Radebe, is king of the Embo Nation that stretches along the African continent. He grew up in Alexandra Township and helped organise the June 1976 uprising there against the apartheid regime. His activism landed him a six-year stint on Robben Island, where he became a graduate of what prisoners called “The University of Makana”. Upon returning to Alex in the mid-1980s, he served on the Transvaal High Command while organising protest activities against the government that had imposed a state of emergency. He joined Umkhonto we Sizwe, the ANC’s military branch, and fought for nine months in Angola before travelling the world to advocate for the anti-apartheid struggle as a drummer in Amandla Cultural Ensemble. Upon returning to South Africa, he helped found the MK Military Veterans Association and Roots, a band made up of ex-political prisoners. At age 50 he learned that he was a king, and he was coronated in November 2015. King Bhungane regularly makes presentations on local, national and international media outlets.
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