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randlord

(ˈrændˌlɔːd)
n
(Historical Terms) South African a mining magnate during the 19th-century gold boom in Johannesburg
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2) The #Rhodesmustfall campaign resulted in the removal of the statue of Randlord and colonialist, Cecil John Rhodes from pride of place on the University of Cape Town campus, and revealed many important things about the South African democracy in its 21st year, including how thorny and controversial the issue of heritage in the 'New South Africa' is.
Sir Julius Charles Wernher, 1st Baronet (1850-1912), (1) was a German-born Randlord and an art collector, who built a fortune in the diamond mines of Kimberley.
Top of the heap were the randlords (sic), the great mining moguls.
Randlords, a bar and lounge, is on the 22nd floor of 41 De Korte Street.
The development of Randlords was driven by the incredible views that the property offers," Latimer says.
British influence worldwide is recorded in essays on colonial associations such as Australian First Fleeters and South African Randlords, or in military groupings ranging from Nelson's Band of Brothers to the Desert Rats.
So we decided to get together through a new common project, Randlords and Rotgut, and launch a nonracial ensemble.
A history in which the waning of the Gaza empire is as important as the coming of the Randlords and in which the extension of Portuguese hegemony can be represented as constituting; 'essentially yet another plague' (p.
For the next thirty years the story of the Randlords and the great hole of Kimberley could not have been surpassed by fiction.
The 100 year struggle between the Randlords and the oldest decisive sector of the South African working class remains unresolved.
As a finance writer, I'm more at home in the boardrooms of Sandton or Diagonal Street where screwing of another kind normally takes place as South Africa's powerful randlords do deals at a higher level, and one or another of the parties ends up being shafted.
His father Ernest had paved the way by taking up the reins of the original Randlords who had developed South Africa's gold and diamond industries.