Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Johanna Mazibuko

Having lived through British imperialism, apartheid and the era of democracy led by Nelson Mandela, a 119-year-old South African woman has a claim to be the world's oldest person. Johanna Mazibuko was born in 1894, according to her identity papers, but over a century later still makes her own bed every morning.

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Moloko "Koko" Temo (4 July 1874 – 3 June 2009) was a South African woman who claimed to be the oldest living person in the world at 134 years of age.

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