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  • Mnyele and Segale and had supplied him with updated information.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mnyele was killed in the raid, but Segale escaped because the soldiers could not find her house.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Segale was a highly trained MK operative who trained cadres and supplied them with weapons.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Chief Lentsue of the Bakhatla, acting entirely on his own responsibility, sent his brother Segale with a message to the Dutch Commandant, reminding him that the war was a white man's war, and asking him at the same time not to traverse his territory with armed

    Chapter XIX

  • What had happened was this: The sub-chief Segale, who has since been known as Lentsue's fighting general, had closely watched the movements of the Dutch and studied their plans, till he was able to anticipate the coming of this convoy and to waylay it.

    Chapter XIX

  • Representatives of Segale Properties, the city of Tukwila and other governments broke ground on a new five-lane road that will serve Tukwila South, a 500-acre master-planned development decades in the making.

    The Seattle Times

  • Powerful Segale family has massive vision for Tukwila expanse [The Seattle Times]

    Kotaku

  • The town's Montpelier accounting firm, Fothergill, Segale

    TimesArgus.com: Barre/Montpelier Region

  • Segale, patriarch of a powerful, politically well-connected family and one of the region's largest landowners, began assembling property for Tukwila South more than 50 years ago.

    The Seattle Times

  • Segale lobbyists helped Tukwila win state and federal grants and earmarks that will cover more than 75 percent of the $21 cost of the road project.

    The Seattle Times

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