Bisho


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Bisho

(ˈbi ʃoʊ)

n.
the capital of Ciskei, in SE South Africa.
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Seychelles' Foreign Minister, Jean-Paul Adam, participated in a top level dialogue on maritime security and the ocean economy in Mauritius, in which the Mauritian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade, Arvin Boolell and their Australian counterpart, Julie Bisho also took part.
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.
Statement after the Bisho massacre, September 1992 Statement after the Bisho massacre, September 1992 "Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another and suffer the indignity of being the skunk of the world.
During the workshop, the WFP representative in Yemen Bisho Parajuli reviewed an updated survey on comprehensive food security in Yemen, which found that 43 percent of Yemen's population suffered from food insecurity during January/July 2013.
San, Rajab 16, 1434, May 26, 2013, SPA -- The Representative of World Food Program in Yemen Bisho Parajuli received here today 340 metric tons of dates within 4,000 metric tons ordered by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for the World Food Program.
All were interviewed by CID and are now currently on police bail pending further enquiries,'' said Det Insp Bisho p.
The Regularis Concordia Anglicae Nationis Monachorum Sanctimonialiumque was the consuetudinary promoted by archbishop Dunstan and bisho p AEthelwold and sanctioned by the Anglo-Saxon abbots and abbesses at the Council of Winchester (c.
One such example occurred in our hearing about an event that had happened in Bisho in Ciskei, where 28 people had been killed by soldiers of the Ciskeian Defense Force (CDF) who opened fire on an African National Congress (ANC) demonstration.
Bisho Massacre, 1992--Ciskei Defense Force (CDF) soldiers opened fire on 70,000 protesters at an ANC-sponsored demonstration; 29 demonstrators and one CDF soldier were killed.
Yet by the time of the country's "darkest hour" - the July and September 1992 massacres at Boipatong and Bisho - the momentum for a negotiated solution forced the National Party and Inkatha supporters to eventually agree to what was essentially an ANC proposal for majority-rule democracy.
While the collapse of the Codesa negotiations marked the outer-limits of the National Party government's ability to assert a purely elite constitution-making process, the gunning down of ANC protestors outside Bisho marked the ANC's inability to insist upon an unfettered constituent assembly.
Diaz and like-minded residents of Zanate refuse to receive the sacraments in the parish of San Andres, where a priest and catechists who su ort the bisho hold sway.