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In accordance with Thembu tradition, Jongintaba, in his old age, had begun negotiations to arrange a marriage for both his son, Justice, and his ward, Mandela, without informing either of them, to settle the matter before his death. A few weeks after Mandela’s return to Mqhekezweni, Jongintaba summoned them both and told them not only who their brides were to be but that the marriages would take place immediately. 9781586488321-text_Layout 1 1/28/10 9:48 PM Page 21 THE MISSION SCHOOL LADDER 21 Mandela had had a number of love affairs.
As he was leaving Crown Mines, his suitcase was searched by a watchman and the gun was found. At a nearby police station, Mandela was charged with possession of the gun and was told to appear in court, but he was not arrested. In court he was given a nominal ﬁne. From that low ebb, Mandela’s fortunes began to change. He found lodgings with a cousin, Garlick Mbekeni, in a house in George Goch township, a few miles east of the city centre, and conﬁded to him his ambition to train as a lawyer. After making inquiries, Mbekeni took him to see ‘one of our best people in Johannesburg’.
When he appeared before Dr Kerr the next morning, he was still largely in a state of indecision, but, confronted with the need to decide, he declared that in good conscience he could not serve on the Student Representative Council. After a moment’s thought, Dr Kerr replied that he would allow Mandela to return to Fort Hare for a third year, provided that he joined the Student Representative Council. In the meantime, he would have the summer holiday to consider the matter. Mandela returned to Mqhekezweni to face the wrath of Jongintaba.