Bhisho


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Bhisho

(ˈbɪʃəʊ)
n
(Placename) a town in S South Africa, on the Buffalo River adjacent to King Williams Town; the capital of Eastern Cape, it was formerly the capital of the Ciskei Bantu homeland: it is the centre of a sheep and cattle ranching area with various industries
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He had appealed to the health leaders in both provinces, the first time at a memorial service for the Durban comserve, Dr Senzokwakhe Mkhize (murdered on duty in 2012) and then after the Eastern Cape protest march on Bhisho by a broad protest coalition late last year.
Santaco Express plans one or two flights a day from Lanseria and Cape Town International to Bhisho in the Eastern Cape, home to a good many taxi drivers and commuters in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
He has been transferred to the provincial health department offices in Bhisho until then.
Here in the shadow of the Bhisho football stadium 28 ANC supporters were gunned down by police as they marched for freedom.
Pox Raghavjee was found shot in the head in his car in Bhisho, Eastern Cape.
10 of 2013), determined that the Eastern Cape Division of the High Court shall have a Deputy Judge President, whose Headquarters shall be Bhisho, which is the local seat of the Eastern Cape Division of the High Court.
This thing leads directly to Bhisho head office where the authority was initially falsified and manipulated--senior heads must roll,' one added.
Two building contractors working at Cecilia Makiwane Hospital in Mdantsane walked off site in the middle of last month because Bhisho still owed them R16 million.
Santaco which was established in 2011, would have been South Africa's first fully black-owned airline offering budget flights between Lanseria and Cape Town and the former homeland towns of Bhisho and Mthatha in the Eastern Cape.
The aim of this study was to determine which agent(s) were used in parasuicide attempts by persons aged 10-20 years from 1 January 2006 to 31 December 2008 in Buffalo City, which includes the municipalities of East London, King William's Town and Bhisho in the Eastern Cape.
In Izindaba this month, [9] we wring out what's behind the saturation point that civic organisations and several former African National Congress stalwarts have reached, culminating in a protest march to Bhisho and their release of a horrifying patient-centred probe.
This assurance was given this afternoon by the Eastern Cape MEC for Transport, Roads and Public Works Ms Thandiswa Marawu during the presentation of her policy speech at the Provincial Legislature in Bhisho.