Qwaqwa


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Qwaqwa

(ˈkwɑːkwə)
n
(Placename) (formerly) a Bantu homeland in N South Africa; the only Bantu homeland without exclaves: abolished in 1994. Also called: Basotho-Qwaqwa Former name (until 1972): Basotho-Ba-Borwa
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(23.) Oldewage-Theron WH and AA Egal Nutrition knowledge and nutritional status of primary school children in QwaQwa. S Afr J Clin Nutr.
[1] Department of Chemistry, University of the Free State (Qwaqwa Campus), Private Bag X13, Phuthaditjhaba, 9866, South Africa
If one includes UFS's South Campus and Qwaqwa campus, student numbers in 2014 exceeded 31 000 and the percentage of black students was 71 per cent (Van der Merwe and Van Reenen 2016: 7; Jansen 2017: xviii).
(1987) 'Relocation, labour migration and the domestic predicament: Qwaqwa in the 1980s' in J.
In addition, Basotho in Qwaqwa in the Free State province in South Africa inhale the smoke from burning the plant for the relief of head and chest colds.
They share many qualities: both teetotallers come from rural South Africa (Zuma comes from KwaZulu Natal, and Motsoeneng hails from Qwaqwa), and have little formal education, although now both have a string of other qualifications to their names.
Sy "teenwoordigheid in die gebied" is trouens ook die rede waarom sy die pos by Qwaqwa aanvaar het (9).
An analysis of the use of teaching aids and the implications for teaching and learning mathematics in QwaQwa phase one schools (South Africa).
Househam, 65, earned his 'hard-core' reputation while serving as the first health chief of the Free State immediately after the country's first democratic elections, appointing and mentoring a raw but first-ever representative management team and integrating the former homelands of QwaQwa and Bophuthatswana.