Cape Coloured


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Cape Coloured

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(Peoples) (formerly, in South Africa) a racial classification under apartheid for people of mixed ethnic origin
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Since 1888-89 when South Africa played its first ever Test against England at Port Elizabeth to now, for them it has been a long journey in which they have reached to a stage where all races are accepted in their fold, be it white, black, Asian or Cape Coloured.
(He judged that the language of the Veneto was one of the "difficult dialects".) Perhaps there is an element of creative pride in Blum's claim that the language of his sonnets was not completely the "Kaaps-Kleurlings" (Cape Coloured) of the anthropological linguist, "but is ALSO just as much an art product as Burns or Theocritus" (Blum, Briewe 321).
Because of my looks and my colour I was classified as a Cape Coloured.
He was included in the England tour party for the 1968-69 tour, but it was cancelled after the South African government said that a "Cape coloured" was not welcome.
BASIL Registered under apartheid as a 'Cape coloured', Dolly was unable to play firstclass cricket in his native South Africa, so was persuaded by legendary commentator John Arlott to emigrate to England and pursue a career in the county game.
D'Oliveira, dubbed a Cape Coloured, built his career in England, firstly in league cricket and then at county and international level.
He recognizes that she is from the Cape Coloured community, and helps her establish a White identity, later having her join his organization.
Australian Aborigines, Maori, Cape Coloured, and Natal Indians and other coloured settlers subscribed to key aspects of the British World culture, yet remained second-zone citizens.
Instead of using a white donor as desired during IVF treatment in 2003, the mother's eggs were inseminated with sperm labelled Caucasian (Cape coloured) - a label given to a mixed-race community in a South African province.
In a statement, SARU said: "The management committee was unanimous in its concern over the racial connotations used by de Villiers in discussing the performance of scrum-half Ricky Januarie." De Villiers had said of the Cape coloured Januarie's performance after coming on as a replacement in the opening Test: "I'm not concerned about his form, he may have made a blunder but so did other players.
He was Cape Coloured and I knew I wouldn't be able to socialise with him as I had at college.
tumble over each other in an exuberant abundance of expletives, sprinkled with a fair dose of earthy Cape Coloured Afrikaans.