Azanian

A·za·ni·a

 (ə-zā′nē-ə, ə-zān′yə)
South Africa. In the apartheid era, the term was often used by black African nationalists.

A·za′ni·an adj. & n.

Azanian

(əˈzɑːnɪən; əˈzɑːnjən)
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Azania (another name used esp by many Black political activists for South Africa)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Azania
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It is a sterling life which is exemplary for all, young and old, men and women, that one can serve, suffer and sacrifice for the freedom of the Azanian masses.
SANMVA is a national umbrella association that comprises of former liberation armys such as uMKhonto we Sizwe (MKMva), Azanian Peoples Liberation Movement Veterans Associations (APLAMva) and Azanian National Liberation Army (AzanlaMva) as well as the Conference of Military Veterans Organisations.
de Klerk, who dispatched his troops to murder five Azanian separatiststhe oldest was 17, the youngest 12, and all were napping in front of the TV when the government's gunmen burst injust weeks before traveling to Oslo to collect his medal.
The DA was joined on Friday by the Azanian People's Organisation (AZAPO), the party that claims the legacy of anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko, seeking to remove Zuma over the renovations to his vast Nkandla compound in his native KwaZulu-Natal province.
7) In addition, units of the Azanian People's Liberation Army (APLA) admitted to killing ten policemen in Sharpeville in 1986 (Lodge 2011: 298).
When we were enslaved or colonised, the authors of those barbaric acts did not ask whether you were a Nigerian, a Zimbabwean, Azanian or South African.
James in Cape Town, South Africa, becomes the target of a massacre by four members of the Azanian People's Liberation Army.
The South Korean won at 1,050 and Azanian Rand at any price since the Xhosa-Zulu blood feud continues.
Munoz Molina argues in favor of a new traumatic awakening that can perhaps be reconducted, not as in Abel's case towards displacement and exile, towards abstention and remorse, but towards a civic rebellion that can produce not just new social hope, but also, beyond hope, a sustained future along Azanian lines of liberty, reason, and human dignity: "grandes transformaciones," he says (235).
While at the now-defunct anti-Apartheid newspaper, SOUTH, in the early 1990s, I witnessed the unbanning of our liberation movements including the African National Congress, the Pan Africanist Congress, the Azanian People's Organization and the South African Communist Party.
Political parties: African National Congress (ANC), Democratic Alliance (DA), Congress of the People (COPE), Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), Pan-African Congress (PAC), Vryheidsfront Plus/Freedom Front Plus (FF+), United Democratic Movement (UDM), African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), and Azanian Peoples Organization (Azapo).
He incorporated the Afrikaner Vryheidsfront Plus into his cabinet, even while evicting the BC-oriented Azanian People's Organisation.