KaNgwane


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KaNgwane

(ˌkɑːəŋˈɡwɑːneɪ)
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(Placename) (formerly) a Bantu homeland in South Africa; abolished in 1994. Capital: Schoemansdal. Former name: Swazi Territory
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As per the cultural practice in the midst of natural catastrophes, Chief Ntshangase called for a black cow from each kraal to be sent to the KaNgwane (royal family) as umdumezulu (sacrifice for rain).
I was drafted in by the then Kangwane homeland government to become part of a delegation to the first convention for multiparty democracy in South Africa that laid the foundation for the new constitution.
ZYL Limited (ASX:ZYL) announced the interim results of the Bankable Feasibility Study at the Kangwane Anthracite Project.
The Reynders Committee (1) in 1980 reported to the Regional Health Organisation for Southern Africa (RHOSA) (members: Gazankulu, Lebowa, Kangwane, KwaNdebele, QwaQwa, Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, Ciskei, SWA/Namibia) the difficulties being experienced by the members in recruiting doctors and other health professionals and in keeping them, once recruited.
Despite its manifest, if largely undocumented, histories of menacing violence and perilous politics, the thrust of popular memory in the former apartheid bantustan of KaNgwane insists that it was a peaceful, even apolitical, place.
Manzini--and Chochocho trust where most of the research was conducted--is part of the former apartheid bantustan of KaNgwane, one which had an arguably more peaceful entry into democracy than most others.
The self-governing territories were KwaZulu, KaNgwane, Gazankulu, Lebowa, KwaNdebele, and Qwaqwa.
4 Transvaal, Cape, Natal, Orange, Kwazulu, Kangwane, Qwaqwa, Gazankulu, Lebowa, Kwandebele, Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, and Ciskei.
Just before the elections, Kangwane politicians and civil servants took advantage of the final measures instituted by the homeland parliament to buy their official vehicles at bargain prices: beneficiaries of the scheme included the speaker of the new regional legislature, the MEC for Environmental Affairs, an ANC MP, Professor Ripinga, and Mrs Yvonne Phosa, wife of the new premier.
It also is to repeal the Self-Governing Territories Act, effectively ending the existence of the "national states" of Kwa-Zulu, Qwa-Qwa, Lebowa, Gazankulu, KwaNdebele and KaNgwane.
has held more productive talks with Afrikaner students and clergy, leaders of the half-million-strong Congress of South African Trade Unions, the opposition Progressive Federal Party and even Enos Mabuza, leader of the KaNgwane tribal "homeland.
Most controversially, Pretoria also offered to cede to Swaziland part of the KaNgwane and KwaZulu bantustans.