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Transkei National Independence Party

 

Transkei National Independence Party

Transkei National Independence Party was a George Matanzima. TNIP governed Transkei from 1976 until 1994.

Transkei Election Results

  • 1973: TNIP won 25 out of 43 elected seats (a further 64 seats were filled by chiefs appointed ex-officio by the government)[1]
  • 1976: TNIP won 69 out of 75 seats[1]
  • 1981: TNIP won 74 out of 75 seats[2]

References

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