Bisho


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Bisho

(ˈbi ʃoʊ)

n.
the capital of Ciskei, in SE South Africa.
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During Ramadan, customers crowd the coffee shops to drink traditional Ramadan drinks including karkadeh -- which Bisho says is the best-selling drink in his shop -- and Egyptian tea with mint.
Lt Col Abdullah Ali Mohammed Bisho, the head of the rescue department, said that 37 accidents were recorded in Jebel Ali - the maximum in a region - followed by 31 in Rashidiya and 20 in Al Barsha.
In this instance and other related cases such as the massacres at Boipatong and Bisho, he successfully swerved the militants within his fold away from vengeance towards peace in a bid to establish a lasting peaceful solution and cessation of violence.
UPPER DIR -- The building of the Government Middle School in Bisho area of Kohistan valley has been awaiting reconstruction since 2010 when it was washed away by the flash floods forcing students and teachers to sit in the open.
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The police forces in Mdantsane, on the other hand, knew that complaints by the CPF to the provincial Department for Safety and Liaison in Bisho would have inopportune consequences for them.
However, the clash between culture and the fundamental human rights was raised in the case of Justice Alliance of South Africa v Yamani (Case number 1/2008 ECHC (Bisho), where a boy was abducted by his father and traditional leaders; and taken to an initiation school against his will.
Major Abdullah Bisho, head of the Land Rescue Department at Dubai Police's Search and Rescue Department, said they received a call about the incident at 9.30am and teams got to the scene within eight minutes.
The probe, which found local shop stewards ignorant of the terms and conditions of employment and 'in need of training', was ignored by Bisho head office, which also reneged on an earlier promise to secure a court interdict against the illegal mid-July wildcat strike.
In a statement, DAR Undersecretary Anthony ParuAaAaAeA~gao asked the bisho to check Section 30 of the Republic Act (RA) 9700, which states that land acquisition and distribution may proceed for landholdings with pending proceedings even after June 2014.
The Boipatong massacre in 1992, the Bisho massacre shortly afterwards and the murder of South African Communist Party leader Chris Hani in 1993 all threatened the negotiations.