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rooinek

(ˈrʊɪnɛk; ˈrɔɪ-)
n
South African a contemptuous or jocular name for an English person or an English-speaking South African
[C19: Afrikaans, literally: red neck]
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Keita was schooled in the kora from childhood - he is from the centuries-old griot (storyteller) tradition - and he also played drums (he worked with the Anglo-African world music Baka Beyond) before specialising in the kora.
1912 Acquires Anglo-African Bank, FirstBank has since its competitor in the very inception taken the lead in first M&A recorded in this business and network region.
9) Hamilton and his brother Thomas had established the The Anglo-African in New York City in 1859 with the motto on its masthead announcing that "Man must be free, ii not through the law, then above the law.
The Power of One - Bryce Courtenay Tells the story of a young Anglo-African boy growing up in South Africa during the 1930s and 1940s.
Historians, social scientists, and economic and development workers explore such aspects as a historiography of colored identity in southern Africa from narratives of miscegenation to post-modernist re-imaginings, the impact of apartheid-era forced removals on colored identity in Cape Town, Koe-San identity in post-apartheid South Africa, the making of colored identity in colonial Zimbabwe 1890-1980, colored identity in Zambia, and the making of the Anglo-African community of Nyasaland 1929-40.
In May of 1858, just nine months before the first chapters of Blake appeared in the Anglo-African in January 1859, he met several times with John Brown in Canada at Brown's request, once as chair of a secret convention in support of Brown's plans to organize and lead slaves in rebellion (Levine, Identity 178).
Richard Attenborough leads the cast in this drama about the headquarters of an Anglo-African regiment threatened by a band of rebels demanding the release of one of their comrades.
Ondaatje also does a nice job of establishing Hemingway's brushes--physical and intellectual--with some of the major figures in Anglo-African life including Karen Blixen, Bror Blixen, and Beryl Markham.
Opportunistically seizing onto the concerns of the Anglo-African community, Governor Thomas argued that the ruling put Anglo-Africans in "a most parlous position" vis-a-vis the non-native poll-tax which they would be required to pay regardless of how "indigent" they might be.
The Anglo-African alliance was set up in 1995 to tackle high unemployment among disadvantaged groups and speed up job and enterprise creation.
Five Under Garments and Much More, 1995, comprises bloated torsos suspended overhead by fishing line and dressed in what look to be Victorian underblouses tailored in--no surprise--that Anglo-African cotton.

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