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de Klerk

(də ˈklɜːk)
n
(Biography) F(rederik) W(illem). born 1936, South African statesman; president (1989–94), second executive deputy president (1994–97). In 1990 he legalized the ANC and released Nelson Mandela from prison, and initiated the abolition of apartheid: Nobel peace prize 1993 jointly with Mandela

de Klerk

(də ˈklɛərk)
n.
Frederik Willem, born 1936, president of South Africa 1989–94: Nobel peace prize 1993.
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The following routes will be affected: FW De Klerk Boulevard at DF Malan Street F.
FAF de Klerk can't wait to get stuck into New Zealand as he embarks on his first World Cup campaign.
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Philip de Klerk, who took up the role just over a year ago, will leave on 1 July, the firm said.
Earlier, South Africa women, batting first, reached 138 for four in 20 overs thanks to an 80-run second wicket partnership between Tazmin Brits and Nadine de Klerk. Brits returned unbeaten on 70 from 61 balls with nine fours and a six, while Klerk hit four fours in almost run-a-ball 36.
Earlier, South Africa women, batting first, reached 138 for four in 20 overs - thanks to an 80-run second wicket partnership between Tazmin Brits and Nadine de Klerk.
England wing Denny Solomona's try and five points from the boot of South African star Faf de Klerk had given the visitors a 10-6 half-time lead.
FAF de Klerk inspired Sale to victory at Wasps to emphatically bounce back from their mauling at Northampton in the Gallagher Premiership.
wasps 18 sale 24 FAF de Klerk inspired Sale to victory at Wasps to emphatically bounce back from their mauling at Northampton in the Gallagher Premiership.
de Klerk will speak at Illinois State University this month.
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THE experienced trio of Willie le Roux, Faf de Klerk and Franco Mostert are back in the Springbok starting XV for their Test against France.