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The nursing contributors to health services of the black states

O.H. Muller, J.J.M. Smit
Curationis | Vol 2, No 2 | a455 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/curationis.v2i2.455 | © 1979 O.H. Muller, J.J.M. Smit | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 27 September 1979 | Published: 27 September 1979

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O.H. Muller, Chief nursing Officer, Department of Health, South Africa
J.J.M. Smit, Organiser of nursing services (general education) department of health, South Africa

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Abstract

The black population of South Africa consists of several different ethnic groups, each with its own historical identity. Seven of these groups have homelands, they are the Xhosa of Ciskei, the Zulu of KwaZulu, the Swazi of Kangwane, the Changana/Tonga of Gazankulu, the Basotho of Qwa- Qwa, the North Sotho of Lebowa, and the Venda of Venda.

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