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Tambo

(ˈtæmbəʊ)
n
(Biography) Oliver. 1917–93, South African politician; president (1977–91) of the African National Congress. He was arrested (1956) with Nelson Mandela but released (1957)
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Mauki's three tambos were as follows: First, he must never shake hands with a woman, nor have a woman's hand touch him or any of his personal belongings; secondly, he must never eat clams nor any food from a fire in which clams had been cooked; thirdly, he must never touch a crocodile, nor travel in a canoe that carried any part of a crocodile even if as large as a tooth.
All other white men had respected his tambos, but not so Bunster.
Had she refused, he would have been in a quandary, for his tambo would not have permitted him to lay hands on her.
One of his tambos (tambo being beche-de-mer and Melanesian for "taboo") was that water unavoidable must never touch his skin.
So Ishikola, whose tambo was water, was crusted with the filth of years.
A report from the Quezon police said security guard Oliver Tambos Mangao of Barangay Tumbaga 1 public high school, discovered the robbery after he noticed the door of the administration building open, and the padlock missing, during his routine inspection in the morning.
President Nelson Mandela, Oliver Tambos life-long friend, comrade and partner in their Law Firm, Mandela & Tambo, had the following to say about education: No country can really develop unless its citizens are educated.
Al involucrar el conocimiento y la mano de obra embera en la construccion de la etnoaldea, se logro un conjunto arquitectonico que representa los conceptos y caracteristicas de los tambos tradicionales, a la vez que se solucionaron las necesidades de dormitorio y servicios para los visitantes.
Si nos adentramos en la produccion primaria, a pesar de las dificultades para importar tecnologia--la innovacion en ese rubro se profundizara luego, con el ingreso de mayores capitales--, comenzaron a ponerse en practica toda una serie de reformas estructurales en el manejo de los tambos que darian sus mas altos rindes recien en la decada siguiente.
The theme is line with the celebration of the late liberation struggle hero, Oliver Tambos life who would have turned 100 years old this year and who before leading the liberation movement, was a maths and science teacher in Johannesburg.
Tambos virtues and legacy has helped to shape the society we now enjoy.
R Tambo and Fidel Castro as part of the Departments programme to commemorate the contribution that both these struggle heroes made towards the liberation of South Africa from apartheid.