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[[Pertulia Ramaphala]] (19**-). Actress.
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[[Pertulia Ramaphala]] (19**-). Actress, director, drama teacher, manager.
  
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== Biography ==
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After four and half years living in the “cold city of Seattle”, Washington, Pertulia returned to South Africa in 2006. Now married with a young son, she was residing in Gordon's Bay near Cape Town at the time while working on her research with the [[University of Stellenbosch]].
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==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
 
She performed in [[Vivian Moodley]]'s one-woman play ''[[Got Green Chillies, Makoti]]'' from 1993 onwards.
 
She performed in [[Vivian Moodley]]'s one-woman play ''[[Got Green Chillies, Makoti]]'' from 1993 onwards.
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She taught drama at Technikon Natal department of drama studies.
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She is a former manager of the [[Kwasuka Theatre]].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
''[[Mail & Guardian]]'', 23=-29 June 1995.
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''[[Mail & Guardian]]'', 23-29 June 1995.
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Historical Papers, Wits University [http://www.historicalpapers.wits.ac.za/?inventory/U/collections&c=AG3290/I/9019].
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Artsmart [http://www.artsmart.co.za/drama/archive/345.html].
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Artsmart [http://www.artsmart.co.za/drama/archive/1811.html] 2006.
  
 
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Pertulia Ramaphala (19**-). Actress, director, drama teacher, manager.

Biography

After four and half years living in the “cold city of Seattle”, Washington, Pertulia returned to South Africa in 2006. Now married with a young son, she was residing in Gordon's Bay near Cape Town at the time while working on her research with the University of Stellenbosch.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

She performed in Vivian Moodley's one-woman play Got Green Chillies, Makoti from 1993 onwards.

She taught drama at Technikon Natal department of drama studies.

She is a former manager of the Kwasuka Theatre.

Sources

Mail & Guardian, 23-29 June 1995.

Historical Papers, Wits University [1].

Artsmart [2].

Artsmart [3] 2006.

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