Deleted:Florence Mkhize

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Florence Mkhize
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Natal, South Africa
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Nationality South African
Other names Mam Flo
Known for anti-apartheid activist

Florence Mkhize was an anti-apartheid activist.[1]

In 1998 the ANC Women’s League awarded her their bravery medal.[1] In 1999 Nelson Mandela awarded her the South African Military Gold Medal. In 2006 the South African Ministry of the Environment commissioned an environmental protection vessel, the Florence Mkhize.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Mkhize, Florence". South African history. 
  2. Caryn Dolley (2006-06-09). "Super-fast vessel to combat poaching". Independent Online. Retrieved 2011-12-05. "A new super-fast patrol vessel was launched in Cape Town harbour on Thursday to reinforce marine protection and help combat poaching."