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ANC

abbr.
African National Congress

ANC

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) African National Congress

ANC

or A.N.C.,

African National Congress.

anc.

ancient.

ANC

African National Congress. A political pressure group, especially in South Africa. It was banned and its leaders imprisoned 1964–90.
Translations

ANC

N ABBR =African National CongressCNA m

ANC

[ˌeɪɛnˈsiː] n abbr (=African National Congress) → ANC m

ANC

abbr of African National CongressANC m, südafrikanische nationalistische Bewegung
References in classic literature ?
Again, Hesiod's story of his relations with his brother Perses have been treated with scepticism (see Murray, "Anc. Gk.
Savula on Thursday termed reports that the ANC party leader will team up with Ruto to block the Building Bridges Initiative as untrue and misleading.
"With ANC cracking down on peddlers that used a conventional mode of communication, the group moved its operations to app-based services and used Whatsapp to communicate.
Mr Malala and Mr Osotsi told the Nation in an interview that they were being persecuted by ANC because of their close association with ODM and Mr Odinga.Mr Sifuna said that leaders from the region "will not be held hostage by those without vision for our community and country.
The ANC, the party that was led by Nelson Mandela and helped free black South Africans, is all but certain to garner the most votes nationally in the election, ensuring that Ramaphosa will win a five-year term as South Africa's president.
Facing corruption allegations, Mr Zuma was replaced as ANC leader in December.
The ANC's identity as the party that liberated South Africa from the scourge of apartheid in 1994 has delivered it every election since.
Leveraging deep ANC product experience, Goertek has successfully created the best performing USB Type-C ANC headphone reference design on the market.
In reality, this is the year when the ANC will experience its worst factionalism, and when it will, once again, fracture, sowing the seeds of another split: all of which is good for the opposition as the next general election draws nearer, but bad for the economy, which is stuck in a recession.
(1) However, the adverse effects of neutropenia (white blood cell count [WBC] <3,000/[micro]L) and agranulocytosis (ANC <500/[micro]L3) leading to death were reported in later studies.
With 99.9 per cent of the vote in on Saturday, the ANC secured 54.4 per cent support in an August 3 local government election, slipping below the 60 per cent mark for the first time since it took power in 1994.
The violence spread overnight from the townships and started after a member of the ANC was shot dead on Sunday as factions clashed at a meeting in Pretoria to decide on the candidates for mayor of Tshwane municipality where Pretoria is located.