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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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Former Kenya Sevens players skipper Sidney Ashioya and Biko Adema called on the team to stay focused on Sunday and win the Challenge Trophy."All I have seen is blood sweat and tears.
Vico Sotto reacts to Vic Sotto's statement on 'biko' being banned in Pasig during campaign !-- -- Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) - May 15, 2019 - 9:51pm MANILA, Philippines Pasig City Mayor-elect Vico Sotto has spokenupon the assertion of his father, Vic Sotto, that the sale of "biko" or rice cakes was prohibited in the city during the campaign period.
Ahead of the match, the Awasi-based side will be without the services of Tindi Biko and Musa Oundo but Baraza assured that their unavailability will not dampen their hopes of sealing the three points.
Steve Biko sharing a light moment with Mamphela Ramphele, circa 1970.
STEVE Biko Housing Association was honoured at the Inspire Awards 2018 ceremony in Manchester recently.
Her Biko Langka with Biko Tutong is in 'Best Desserts 4.' And her booth was once again a huge hit, with people lining up not just for her desserts but also her famous truffle lechon.
He also noted South African activist Steve Biko's "critical role" in the country's history, and how he "brought the humanity and the ability of black people to the fore." "So because of Steve Biko and Nelson Mandela, we celebrate their contribution to the world and at this stage in time, we need Mandela's humanity and the Biko's humanity to prevail and therefore our message to the world is going to be about unity and humanity, and that's the message that you will see here," Moosa stressed.
Steve Biko: Decolonial Meditations of Black Consciousness.
It ran a series of powerful leader articles including this one of the death of Steve Biko:
1977: South African black activist Steve Biko died after six days in police detention in Port Elizabeth.