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22 October 2012


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In addition to his acclaimed career as a photographer, Mr Khumalo was also quite the man about town - urbane, dapper and quite a raconteur with an endless store of well crafted stories about the notable figures he had photographed over the years.In his well modulated deliberate way, he would launch into a story pausing to pull out photographs as illustrations, and punctuating some absurdity with his dry chortle. If you were fortunate enough to find him in his museum on a slow day when he was in an expansive mood, you were in for a treat.

Lala kahle Mtungwa.

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