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bakkie

(ˈbʌkiː)
n
(Automotive Engineering) South African a small truck with an open body and low sides
[C20: from Afrikaans bak container]
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noun (S. African) truck, pick-up, van, lorry, pick-up truck They stole the farmer's chickens and carried them off in a bakkie.
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Matfield (above left) was joined for the final 15 minutes by his long-term South Africa second row partner Bakkies Botha (above, right) - who was playing his last game of rugby.
They were after a world-class second row after the retirements of Bakkies Botha and Ali Williams at the end of the season.
Lobbe, the 61-times capped Pumas back-rower, links up with a travelling party that includes All Black forwards Carl Hayman and Chris Masoe and Springbok greats Bryan Habana, Bakkies Botha and Juan Smith.
Pretoria--Ford Southern Africa last week unveiled a rugged new version of its popular Ranger bakkies for Sub Saharan Africa.
2009: Picked up a shoulder injury in the Lions tour after being cleaned out by Bakkies Botha.
Tries, against the run of play, from speedster Bryan Habana and lock enforcer Bakkies Botha had allowed them to edge ahead at a sunny Newlands.
Half-backs Fourie du Preez (Suntory) and Morne Steyn (Stade Francais), 'ying nisher Bryan Habana, lock enforcer Bakkies Botha (both Toulon) and Bath's back-row breakdown expert Francois Louw have all been summoned.
LDVs are known as bakkies in SA, pick-up trucks in North America and open-bed trucks elsewhere.
Toulon's star-studded squad also includes international greats Bakkies Botha, Matt Giteau and Joe van Niekirk, but they come up against a Toulouse side who are equally long on star quality and who finished the regular season 14 points clear of their rivals.
Forming part of a second-row contingent including Springbok 'Twin Towers' Bakkies Botha and Victor Matfield, Fondse could have no better tutors than the World Cup-winning pair.
Summary: South Africa lock Bakkies Botha has been ruled out of the rugby World Cup after he sustained a fresh Achilles injury in training for his side's quarterfinal against Australia.