boykie

boykie

(ˈbɔɪkiː)
n
informal South African a chap or fellow
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On a fateful evening, Tsi and his friend, Boykie were arrested without charges, they were beaten black and blue until their bodies distended.
For instance, when Boykie refuses to open his car, the police man tells him that he has no right to defend himself (TEBIB, 85).
For instance, when Boykie and Tsi are assaulted by the police, the newspaper casually reports it as 'two black reporters assault by the police' (TEBIB, 124) as if they do not have names.
It earned him his nickname of "Boykie" -- a reference to former England opener Geoff Boycott, not exactly noted for his free-scoring either.
It seems Namibia has Khaya fans in large numbers because he performed to a full-house gaving an electrifying performance with his band, Bheki Mthembu on keyboard, Charles 'Boykie' Mnomiya on percussion and Qhubekani Mthethwa on bass at the National Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday night.
One Alex Voitov reacted with: "Phelps - close but not le clos enough ;) Chad Le Clos, what a boykie!"