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a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks Afrikaans

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Brandwaterkom is 'n ambisieuse roman deurdat dit verskeie literere strategiee benut: anti-chronologie (en 'n verkapte tydstruktuur), verskillende ruimtes wat dikwels swaar dra aan simboliek, diverse vertellers, 'n metafiksonele inslag, magiesrealistiese elemente, ingebedde stories, die jukstaponering van karakters en historiese tye en die teleskopering van verskillende oorloe: die Boere se stryd teen die Zoeloes, die Tweede Anglo-Boereoorlog en die Grensoorlog.
They said a court-appointed expert's report had determined that the wheelchair-bound Boere was fit to serve his sentence and officials had identified a "suitable" facility.
by Ben Boere, Project Manager, FlowTex Egypt and Roy Estes, Chief Engineer, Transcontinental Supplies Inc.
Heinrich Boere, convicted Nazi war criminal, lost his appeal in a German court.
Heinrich Boere, who joined Hitler's Waffen SS after his country was invaded in World War II, was sentenced to life in prison.
But the prosecution argued that Boere was a willing member of the SS which he joined soon after the Nazis invaded Holland in 1940.
A spokesman for the court in the western city of Aachen confirmed the verdict against Heinrich Boere for the three killings, which were carried out in the Netherlands in 1944.
A spokesman for the court in the western city of Aachen confirmed on Tuesday the verdict against Heinrich Boere for the three killings, which were carried out in the Netherlands in 1944.
And Heinrich Boere, an alleged hit man for the SS in Holland, now awaiting trial in Germany.
Ja, ek is die eienaar van hierdie plaas," se Rachel Cinana trots, nadat ons haar vertel het dat ons onderhoude voer met boere in ver afgelee gebiede wat nie telefonies bereik kan word nie.
Also in August, West Ham's former Dutch striker Jeroen Boere was found to have committed suicide at his home in Marbella aged just 39.
The contrast determined according to ISO standards or other methods suggested by Boere and van Aken (1990), using only two optical densities (D2 and D1) on the characteristic curve divided by the difference between the log relative exposures (E2 and E1) that caused these densities, ignores the response between and above these values (Yakoumakis et al.