Lebowa


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Lebowa

(ləˈbəʊə)
n
(Placename) a former Bantu homeland in NE South Africa, consisting of three separate territories with several smaller exclaves: abolished in 1993
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Again, additional resources were made available for malaria control, this time to the Lebowa government (one of the newly established 'homelands').
Lekgoa' in siPedi, as I have understood it, literally means 'foreigner' or 'stranger' but has come to describe white people in this part of South Africa, previously part of the Lebowa homeland.
Eighty percent of the area falls under the Lebowa homeland, which has an estimated total population of 56 000 (Magombeyi and Taigbenu, 2008).
International Resource News-3 July 2009-Anglo Platinum Completes Sale of Lebowa Platinum Mine(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Commissioner, South African Revenue Services (78) and Lebowa Mineral Trust Beneficiaries Forum v.
A short while later, legislative assemblies were established in Kwazulu, Ciskei, Lebowa, Venda, Gazankulu, Bophuthatswana, and QwaQwa.
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.
Potgietersrust Platinum (PPL) and Lebowa Platinum, both operated by Amplats, produce some 130,000 oz/y and 7.