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Bi·ko

 (bē′kō), Steven Bantu 1946-1977.
South African political activist who led an antiapartheid movement that urged all South African blacks to disassociate themselves from white and multiracial culture. He was killed in prison by South African police.

Biko

(ˈbiːkəʊ)
n
(Biography) Steven Bantu, known as Steve. 1946–77, Black South African civil rights leader: founder of the South African Students Organization. His death in police custody caused worldwide concern
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Ojienda, through his associate Steve Biko, represented Bomet and took instructions from Governor Laboso after Rutto lost at the August 8 election.
But after consultations, Mr Odiso's lawyer Steve Biko, IEBC lawyer Fredrick Orego and Mr Odege's lawyer Kennedy Okong'o agreed to narrow the case to the recount of votes.
STEVE BIKO Housing Association recognised the outstanding achievements of 22 Black and Minority Ethnic young people, aged 18-25 years of age, at a Gala Celebration Event held at the Everyman Theatre.
President Jacob Zuma has given a positive appraisal of the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria and reaffirmed governments commitment to improve the countrys healthcare system to ensure that all citizens receive high-quality healthcare as one of governments key priorities.
Black leader Steve Biko died in a prison cell two months ago.
Like most Cebuano families, Suzette's would have their fill of two favorite Cebuano delicacies - biko and benignit.
1977: South African black activist Steve Biko died after six days in police detention in Port Elizabeth.
Con esta app el usuario puede obtener por cada kilometro recorrido una moneda digital (biko), y una vez que se acumulen suficientes bikos se pueden cambiar por recompensas en diferentes tiendas.
A book by a historian of contemporary art, this volume looks at Black Consciousness, and at visual images in art and popular culture that use Steve Biko in relation to it.
The pivotal and founding local event for bioethics in SA was the death of Steve Biko in December 1977.
His first collection of poems, Jol'iinkomo came out in 1977 the year in which Stephen Bantu Biko, Gwala's close comrade in the Black Consciousness movement, was murdered by the police in a Pretoria prison cell.
David Biko Williams Senedd members are all idiots, this was a chance to promote our little country worldwide - shame on you all Paul Wilmot Funny how Mexico can manage to shut a busy street in a busy city but they can't manage to film in the Senedd.