South Africa


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For an insightful examination of this dilemma in the northern Cape district see Bill Nasson, Abraham Esau's War (London, 1991); see also Bill Nasson, "The War of Abraham Esau 1899-1901: Matrydom, Myth and Folk Memory in Calvinia, South Africa," African Affairs, 87 #347 (April 1988): 239-241.
The European and Far East markets did not take to the new import from South Africa, especially since the quality of the product often suffered from a lack of proper aging vessels.
DUVV infection was recently confirmed in a 77-year-old man with type 2 diabetes who was scratched on the face by what appears to have been an insectivorous bat in February 2006 in North West Province, South Africa, [approximately equal to] 80 km from the location where the first DUVV infection occurred 36 years earlier.
Although several variants of the school-community library model that could be considered for South Africa do exist in other countries, a need was felt to develop models geared to the information needs of the diverse communities in South Africa.
When Antoinette Sithole and thousands of other teenagers gathered on the streets of Soweto, a sprawling black ghetto near Johannesburg, South Africa, on June 16, 1976, they had no idea they would change history.
Fri, Dec 17-21: FIRST TEST V SOUTH AFRICA, Port Elizabeth
As South Africa still offers high yields, it is likely to continue attracting the world's surplus liquidity until American interest rates recover.
Having spent time in South Africa in the mid-1980s and mid-1990s, I was anxious to return and see for myself just how much truth there was to these disturbing and depressing reports.
The May 30, 1994 issue of THE NEW AMERICAN noted "the dominance of the South African Communist Party (SACP) in the new regime" taking power in the newly installed government in South Africa.
As it turned out, the book Mandela, Mobutu, and Me: A Newswoman's African Journey (Doubleday, January 2003; in paperback from Picador), had its roots in both places--Zaire, which is now called Congo, as well as South Africa.
Both the Free South Africa Movement and the Immigrant Workers Freedom Rides were conceived as a way to connect African Americans' struggle for racial justice in the civil rights era to the struggles of other groups--for the FSAM, it was black South Africans; for the IWFR, it's immigrant workers (and their children) in the U.
WHILE SOUTH AFRICA has often been described as "the world in one country," describing both the country's physical and cultural diversity, many people ask us about personal security and whether it is a safe country to visit.
With one of the highest national rates of HIV infection in the world, South Africa faces a bleak demographic prospect on a continent harboring three-quarters of the global AIDS cases.
But with nearly 1,100 species of indigenous trees, South Africa is extremely rich in arboreal diversity.
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