Qwaqwa


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Qwaqwa

(ˈkwɑːkwə)
n
(Placename) (formerly) a Bantu homeland in N South Africa; the only Bantu homeland without exclaves: abolished in 1994. Also called: Basotho-Qwaqwa Former name (until 1972): Basotho-Ba-Borwa
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In addition, Basotho in Qwaqwa in the Free State province in South Africa inhale the smoke from burning the plant for the relief of head and chest colds.
Thabo Mofutsanyana: Bethlehem in Bohlokong Stadium and QwaQwa in Thibela Stadium and lastly
Oldewage-Theron WH and AA Egal Nutritional knowledge and nutritional status of primary school children in QwaQwa.
Sy "teenwoordigheid in die gebied" is trouens ook die rede waarom sy die pos by Qwaqwa aanvaar het (9).
An analysis of the use of teaching aids and the implications for teaching and learning mathematics in QwaQwa phase one schools (South Africa).
Househam, 65, earned his 'hard-core' reputation while serving as the first health chief of the Free State immediately after the country's first democratic elections, appointing and mentoring a raw but first-ever representative management team and integrating the former homelands of QwaQwa and Bophuthatswana.
Coverage includes the National Party in the 1970s and 1980s, violence in Natal and Zululand in the 80s, how the ANC was reestablished inside the country between 1990 and 1994, the campaign to end conscription, survival politics by the Qwaqwa homeland government, the ANC's Radio Freedom, and the return of the ANC's exiles.
Zingu began his Physics career at the University of the Western Cape (UWC), he had a period of employment at Turfloop, QwaQwa Campus, then as Head of the Physics Department and later Dean of Basic Sciences (1990-1993) at the Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA).
This claim is supported by the fact that most of the important names in the Batlokwa history, remain part of the present history of the Batlokwa who are round in the southern parts of the former Qwaqwa bantustan, in the Eastern Free State.
KYOBE is a Senior Lecturer and head of the Computer Science & Informatics department at the Qwaqwa Campus, University of the Free State, South Africa.
A short while later, legislative assemblies were established in Kwazulu, Ciskei, Lebowa, Venda, Gazankulu, Bophuthatswana, and QwaQwa.
The sources of data for the purposes of this study were rural women drawn from three different rural settlements namely: Thintwa (in Natal Province), Tsheseng and Makhalaneng (in Qwaqwa, Eastern Free State).