Transkei

The Transkei (meaning the area beyond the river Kei), officially the Republic of Transkei was a Bantustan—an area for members of a specific ethnicity. It was in the southeastern region of South Africa. Its capital was Umtata[1] (renamed Mthatha in 2004). President of South Africa Nelson Mandela was born here.

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References

  1. Constitution of the Republic of Transkei, Chapter 1, 1(2) (PDF)


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Afrikaans: Transkei
asturianu: Transkei
تۆرکجه: ترانسکی
башҡортса: Транскей
català: Transkei
čeština: Transkei
dansk: Transkei
Deutsch: Transkei
English: Transkei
español: Transkei
Esperanto: Transkejo
euskara: Transkei
فارسی: ترانسکی
français: Transkei
한국어: 트란스케이
Bahasa Indonesia: Transkei
isiXhosa: I-Transkei
italiano: Transkei
עברית: טרנסקאי
Kiswahili: Transkei
Bahasa Melayu: Transkei
Nederlands: Transkei
norsk: Transkei
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ: ਟ੍ਰਾਂਸਕੇਈ
polski: Transkei
português: Transquei
русский: Транскей
српски / srpski: Транскеј
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Transkei
suomi: Transkei
svenska: Transkei
Türkçe: Transkei
українська: Транскей
Yorùbá: Transkei
中文: 特蘭斯凱