Tugela


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a major waterfall in southern Africa

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HIGHLIGHT The spectacular Tugela Falls in Drakensberg, South Africa
These results, as well as those from Tugela Ferry in 2006 (2), illustrate worst-case scenarios in health systems.
Sappi also aims to provide the South African market with a range of coated, uncoated and speciality papers made at Sappi's European mills, and increase its by-products offering including Lignosulphonate from Tugela Mill.
Etymology: Refers to the fact that all material is from an area of KwaZulu-Natal north of the Tugela River known as Zululand.
Andrews JR, Shah NS, Gandhi N, Moll T, Friedland G; Tugela Ferry Care and Research (TF CARES) Collaboration.
Tugela Falls is the highest waterfall in which continent?
When the British established a colony in 1834 across the Tugela River in the neighbouring land of Natal, many African peoples took advantage of the opportunity and fled Zulu control.
In a rural village in the KawZu-Natal province, school children must cross the crocodileinfested Tugela River every day to get to school because the local municipality hasn't built a bridge so they can safely cross the river.
Even so, the Listed-placed Katsina was her only daughter to produce a black-type runner, in Richard Hannon's tough Listed winner Halland Park Girl, although there was better to come through granddaughter Tugela, who produced the triple Melbourne Cup heroine Makybe Diva to Danehill's Classic-winning son Desert King.
Dr Richard Frankel, 68, and Tugela - known as Tiggy - aged seven, died in August 2008 when the car driven by Dr Frankel crashed into a stationary lorry in a layby on the A1 near Gosforth.
Dr Richard Frankel, 68, and seven-year-old Tugela - known as Tiggy - died in 2008 when the car he was driving crashed into a lorry parked in a layby on the A1 near Gosforth.
1 The initial outcomes reported for extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) from the Tugela Ferry outbreak showed a very high mortality rate of 98% (52/53 cases), all of whom were HIV-infected2 but in a 2009 case series of 60 XDR-TB patients 43 (72%) were HIV-positive.
An in-depth look will take place on the patterns and surface development depicting indigenous ceramics (2) that emanate from the Tugela Valley in KwaZulu Natal.
After improvement of infection control, including basic administrative, environmental and personnel measures, in Tugela Ferry, admissions of patients with extensively drug-resistant (XDR) and multi-drug resistant (MDR) tuberculosis decreased significantly (p=0.