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Ngubengcuka (born c.1790 — 10 Aug 1830) was the king of the Thembu people, in the southern part of the Transkei region of South Africa. Known as Inkosi Enkhulu (great chief), Ngubengcuka united the Thembu people before they were subjected to British colonial rule.

Ngubengcuka had wives from the Great House or Right Hand House, and the Ixhiba, the lesser or Left Hand House. Among his many descendents is Nelson Mandela, a great-grandson via the Ixhiba or left-hand house. The name Mandela was first given to a younger brother of Simakade, the oldest son of the Ixhiba house.[1]

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  1. ^ Mandela, Nelson (1994). Long Walk to Freedom.  

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