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(ˈbɒks bɜrg)

a city in Transvaal, NE South Africa. 108,850.
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BOKSBURG, South Africa -- On-site machining and service tools applicable for the hydropower industry and key processing industries in Africa; Increased plant up-time and cost-effective workshop-quality machining; Successful launch event in August 2019 in South Africa.
He said: "I went to Boksburg. We had former Aberdeen player, Ken Brownlee, in the team and ex-Thistle striker, Norrie Davidson.
Meanwhile, according to press release from CAA Southern Region 5, the championships come in the background of two championships that were cancelled by the regional body for varying reasons with the latest being the CAA SR Open Championships, which was scheduled for last month at Boksburg Athletics Stadium, Johannesburg in South Africa.
Hospital locations are indicated as follows; all are private except for Tshwane tertiary hospital: A1, Alberton; J1--J10, Johannesburg; P1-P8, Pretoria; B1-3, Benoni; BO1, Boksburg; BR1, Brakpan; C1-C2, Centurion; EC1, Eastern Cape Province; FS1, Free State Province; K1, Krugersdorp; K2, Kempton Park; LP1-2, Limpopo Province; MP1-6, Mpumalanga Province; NW1, North West Province; S1, Springs; TTH, Tshwane (tertiary hospital).
The incident took place in Boksburg, South Africa.
Carmarthenshire Dairy Products Ltd is recalling Boksburg Blue Cheese which has been sold through a limited number of Tesco stores within Wales and England, as the product has been produced without approval.
CARMARTHENSHIRE DAIRY PRODUCTS LTD - BOKSBURG BLUE CHEESE This cheese, which is sold through a limited number of Tesco stores, has been produced without approval.
Produced in collaboration with the photographer before his passing in June, this retrospective will present images from two photobooks that defined his liberal-humanist method: On the Mines (1973), an investigation into the extensive capital and labor involved in digging for gold, and In Boksburg (1982), a dispassionate account of "legislated whiteness" in a conservative mining town adjoining Johannesburg.
1), in the meeting of the National Regeneration Movement held in Boksburg, quoted Deputy President Motlanthe, emphasizing that all forms of moral decay should be eradicated from our society.
Proceedings of Civil Society Conference, Boksburg, 27 October 2010.