Griqua

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Griqua

(ˈɡriːkwə; ˈɡrɪk-) or

Grikwa

npl -qua, -quas, -kwa or -kwas
1. (Peoples) a member of a people of mixed European and Khoikhoi ancestry, living chiefly in Griqualand
2. (Languages) the language or dialect of Khoikhoi spoken by this people, belonging to the Khoisan family
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Although he was in his late 30s, Isaac continued to play football in Africa and in 1939 even captained Griqualand West against an FA Touring team in 1939.
In addition, he played more than 400 matches, principally for his native Barbados, across the three formats that included spells with Border, Gauteng and Northern Cape (Griqualand West) as well as several England counties.
Natal's boundaries extended from the Buffalo River to the Mzimkhulu, with the upper portion of the Mzimkhulu boundary contracting when East Griqualand was annexed in 1874.
On a flat pitch with one very short boundary, teenage opener Johnson again impressed against a quality seam attack led by Derbyshire's Tom Milnes and Griqualand's Gerry Cloete.
Born in Johannesburg, John Michael "Mickey" Arthur represented Griqualand West, Orange Free State and South Africa A between 1986 and 2001.
Drawing on his ethnographic fieldwork on three land reform projects, he discusses such topics as post-apartheid Khoe-San identity politics; between cooperating and autonomy: the Bethany land restitution claim; contested land claims in East Griqualand; and cultural development and economic empowerment at the Griqua Ratelgat farm.
Some of his classmates included people like Jeriel Pheko, who went to Barotseland as an evangelist, Edward Thabane, who became a well-known evangelist in the Sehonghong-Thaba-Tseka area, and Azariele Moerane, a strong character from Masite near Morija who emigrated soon after completing his training to become a teacher in East Griqualand at Paballong under Chief Lebenya.
Number of visits by the outreach physician per hospital, January 2007 to end June 2014 Order Hospital Visits, n 1 COSH (Tugela Ferry) 73 2 Vryheid 60 3 Dundee 53 4 Charles Johnson Memorial (Nqutu) 53 5 Estcourt 47 6 Emmaus 47 7 Rietvlei 46 8 Christ the King (Ixopo) 21 9 Greytown 17 10 Richmond 13 11 Madadeni (Newcastle) 13 12 St Apollinaris (Creighton) 7 13 Newcastle 5 14 East Griqualand & Usher (Kokstad) 5 15 Fort Napier (PMB) 4 16 Ladysmith 4 17 Town Hill (PMB) 3 18 Tayler Bequest (Matatiele) 3 19 Montebello 3 20 Appelsbosch 2 21 Niemeyer (Utrecht) 2 Total 481 Table 3.
"The ACB has a very talented bunch of players and I am looking forward to the challenges of working with them to help them reach the pinnacle of their performance as individuals and as a team." Moles is a former English first-class cricketer for Warwickshire, England and Griqualand West, South Africa.
"I think I first came to Warwickshire's notice when I played for Western Province and got runs against Griqualand West, who had Michael Powell in the team.
Almost in parallel, clubs and provincial unions were formed in Suburban Cape Town (City and Suburban Rugby Football Union and the Christian Union); the Eastern Cape, Griqualand West and in the Transvaal.