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A1 Team Singapore is the A1 Grand Prix national team representing Singapore.
The A2 Highway (R4 Highway) is a primary road in Zimbabwe running from Harare to Nyamapanda at the border with Mozambique.
Mohammad Aamer Sohail Ali (محمد عامر سہیل علی; born on 14 September 1966) is a former Pakistani cricketer and a former PCB Chief Selector.
Aaron Wiremu Cruden (born 8 January 1989) is a New Zealand rugby union player, who plays for Montpellier, and formerly Manawatu, Chiefs, and the New Zealand internationally.
Aïssatou Tandian-Ndiaye (born 29 August 1966) is a retired Senegalese sprinter who specialised in the 400 metres.
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Abbott and Smith were a firm of organ builders based in Leeds, England from 1869 to 1964.
Abdul Razak is a South African cricketer.
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Abel Ntuthuko Mabaso (born May 15, 1991, in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African association football defender for Premier Soccer League club Chippa United FC.
Abigail Keats is a South African fashion designer.
General Sir Abraham Josias Cloëté KCB (1794–1886) was a senior officer in the British Army.
Abraham Kibiwott (born 4 June 1996) is a Kenyan steeplechase runner.
Abram Edward Fitkin (September 18, 1878 – March 18, 1933) was an American minister, investment banker, businessman, public utilities operator, and philanthropist, who founded and ran dozens of companies, including A.E. Fitkin & Co.; the National Public Service Corporation; the United States Engineering Corporation; and the General Engineering and Management Corporation, which by 1926 managed 178 utility companies in 18 US states and over 1,000 local communities.
Academic freedom is the conviction that the freedom of inquiry by faculty members is essential to the mission of the academy as well as the principles of academia, and that scholars should have freedom to teach or communicate ideas or facts (including those that are inconvenient to external political groups or to authorities) without being targeted for repression, job loss, or imprisonment.
Acanthesthes amycteroides is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
Achaeopsis spinulosa, the hotlips spider crab, is a species of crab in the family Inachidae, found only around the South African coast.
The action of 8 May 1941 was a single ship action fought during the Second World War by the British heavy cruiser and the Kriegsmarine (German Navy) auxiliary cruiser (Raider F to the Admiralty and Schiff 33 to the Kriegsmarine).
Adriaan Donker (5 December 1933 – 17 July 2002) was a pioneering South African publisher.
Ada Cherry Kearton (born Ada Forrest; 17 July 1877 – 19 January 1966) was a South African classical soprano who sang in concert and oratorio.
Adam Craig Gilchrist, AM (born 14 November 1971), nicknamed "Gilly" or "Churchy", is a former Australian international cricketer and former captain of Australian national team.
Raymond John Leppan (born 20 July 1979) is a South African professional wrestler who is best known for his time in WWE as Adam Rose and Florida Championship Wrestling/NXT as Leo Kruger.
Adama Jammeh (born 10 June 1993) is a Gambian sprinter.
Adams College is a school in South Africa.
Adams Mission is a town in eThekwini in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Adanech Anbesa Feyisa (born January 23, 1998) is an Ethiopian sprinter who specializes in the 1500 meters.
Addington FC is a South African football (soccer) club based in Durban.
Adel Sellimi (عادل السليمي) was born on 16 November 1972 in the Bab Jedid district of Tunis.
Nanzie Adeline Gouenon (born 20 October 1993) is an Ivorian athlete specialising in the sprinting events.
Adhir Kalyan (born 4 August 1983) is a South African actor noted for his role as Timmy in the CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement.
The primary administrative divisions of South Africa are the nine provinces.
Adriaan Luteijn (born 1964) is a freelance Dutch choreographer who has worked with many dancers and ensembles in the Netherlands and in other countries.
Adrian "Wildman" Cenni is a professional off-road truck racer, professional stunt man, and President/Founder of Atrium Staffing.
The AEC Regal VI was an underfloor-engine single-decker bus chassis manufactured by AEC in the 1960s.
AECI Limited is a South African chemicals group and is listed on the JSE Securities Exchange.
Arnold Phillips (born March 24) better known by his stage name Aewon Wolf, is a South African artist, singer, Director and songwriter born in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
AFDA is the School for the Creative Economy and offers courses in film, television, performance, business innovation, computer technology, radio and podcasting.
The Affirmation World Tour is the third and final concert tour by Australian group, Savage Garden.
AFR100 (African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative) is an international partnership between African nations, financial interests both donor and business, technical organizations, and local interests which aims to restore more than 100 million hectares of land in Africa by 2030.
The Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations (previously known as the CAF Beach Soccer Championship prior to 2016) is the main international championship for beach soccer in Africa, mirroring that of the Africa Cup of Nations in association football, aiming to crown the best nation on the continent.
The African Auxiliary Pioneer Corps was a unit of the British army consisting of High Commission Territories natives.
The African BMX Racing Championships (French: Championnat d'afrique de BMX) is the African top BMX Racing Championships that was created by the year of 2014 and Organized every single year since, and it is ruled and managed by the African Cycling Confederation.
The African Championships in Athletics is a continental athletics event organized by the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA), the continental association for the sport in Africa.
The African Volleyball Clubs Champions Championship is the most important men's competition for volleyball clubs in Africa organised by the African Volleyball Confederation.
The African Democracy Forum (ADF), is a regional network launched in Abuja, Nigeria in October 2000.
The African rock python (Python sebae) is a large, nonvenomous snake of sub-Saharan Africa.
The African Triathlon Championships is an African Triathlon competition event held every year, the event organised by the African Triathlon Union.
The African Union (AU) is a continental union consisting of all 55 countries on the African continent, extending slightly into Asia via the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.
The African Volleyball Championship U19 is a sport competition for national teams with players under 19 years, currently held biannually and organized by the African Volleyball Confederation, the Africa volleyball federation.
The Africa Volleyball Championship for Clubs Winner's Cup is an annual international club handball competition run by the African Volleyball Confederation.
African Wanderers is a South African football club, based in the Chatsworth township, which is a suburb of Durban in South Africa.
The African weightlifting championships is an event organised by Weightlifting Federation of Africa (WFA).
Afroablepharus is a genus of skinks endemic to Africa.
"Ag Pleez Deddy" (also known as The Ballad of the Southern Suburbs) is a classic South African song written and recorded by Jeremy Taylor.
Agar Stewart Allan Masterton Adamson (25 December 1865 – 21 November 1929) was a Canadian soldier who married the Toronto heiress Mabel Cawthra.
Agricultural Development Bank of Ghana, commonly known as Agricultural Development Bank or ADB, is a government-owned development and commercial bank in Ghana.
Between 2009 and 2012, Agriculture and Rural Development Day (ARDD) was an annual event co-organized by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), Earth System Science Partnership (ESSP), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR), International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP), and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
Ahmed Ali (born 15 November 1993) is a Sudanese sprinter.
Ahmad Muhammad Amla (born September 15, 1979) is a former South African cricketer.
Ahmed Hoosen Deedat (અહમદ હુસેન દીદત) (1 July 1918 – 8 August 2005) was a South African writer and public speaker of Indian descent.
Ahmed Musa (born 14 October 1992) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward and left winger for English team Leicester City and the Nigeria national team.
Aidon Davis (born 29 April 1994) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing in the French Top 14 with.
Aimee Patricia Barrett-Theron (born 27 June 1987) is a former South African rugby union player, and currently a referee on South Africa's National B Panel.
AFB Durban is an airbase of the South African Air Force, located in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa The runway is shared with the (now defunct) Durban International Airport (since September 1956).
Air Mauritius Limited, operating as Air Mauritius, is the flag carrier airline of Mauritius.
Air Rhodesia was the national airline of Rhodesia.
Air Rhodesia Flight 825 was a scheduled passenger flight that was shot down by the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA) on 3 September 1978, during the Rhodesian Bush War.
Air Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd (operating as Air Zimbabwe) is the national carrier of Zimbabwe, headquartered on the property of Harare International Airport, in Harare.
SA Airlink (Pty) Ltd., known and trading simply as Airlink, is an airline based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Airlink Cargo is a division of SA Airlink (Pty) Ltd and provides air freight transport services to over 35 destinations across Southern Africa from its base in Johannesburg.
Airlink Flight 8911 was a positioning flight from Durban International Airport to Pietermaritzburg Airport, South Africa, that crashed into the grounds of Merebank Secondary School, Durban shortly after take-off on 24 September 2009, injuring the three occupants of the aircraft and one on the ground.
Ajinkya Madhukar Rahane (born 6 June 1988) is an Indian international cricketer.
Akona Zilindlovu Ndungane (born 20 February 1981 in Mthatha, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union player whose usual position was on the wing, although he also played as the centre.
Al Falaah College is an independent religious school situated in the coastal city of Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Al-Haq is an independent Palestinian human-rights organization founded in 1979 and based in Ramallah in the West Bank.
Alain Jacques Georges Marie Gerbault (1893 – 1941) was a French aviator and tennis champion, who made a circumnavigation of the world as a single-handed sailor.
Alan A. Dale was a cargo ship that served under United States control during World War II.
Alan Malcolm Chesney (born 28 April 1949) is a British-born New Zealand field hockey player.
Alan Keith Davidson, AM, MBE (born 14 June 1929, Lisarow, Gosford, New South Wales) is a former Australian cricketer of the 1950s and 1960s.
Alan Khan (born 17 December 1971 in Durban) is a media and radio personality in South Africa.
Alan Koch (born 30 April 1975) is a South African soccer coach.
Alan North (born 15 August 1953 in Durban, South Africa) is a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer.
Alan Stewart Paton (11 January 1903 – 12 April 1988) was a South African author and anti-apartheid activist.
Alan L. Wilson (born 9 May 1946 in Durban, South Africa. Retrieved 20 December 2007.) is a South African designer of motorsports road course race tracks.
Albert Heffer (5 September 1933 – 3 September 2013) was a South African cricketer.
Johannes Albertus Munnik Hertzog (4 July 1899, Bloemfontein – 5 November 1982, Pretoria) was an Afrikaner politician, cabinet minister, and founding leader of the Herstigte Nasionale Party.
Albert King (24 December 1878 – 28 October 1946) was a South African cricket umpire.
Inkosi Albert John Lutuli (commonly spelled Luthuli; – 21 July 1967), also known by his Zulu name Mvumbi, was a South African teacher, activist, Nobel Peace Prize winner, and politician.
Alberto Mamba (born 9 October 1994) is a Mozambican athlete competing primarily in the 800 metres.
Albrecht Brandi (20 June 1914 – 6 January 1966) was a German U-boat commander in Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II.
Alcino Marchiano Izaacs (born 16 November 1993 in Windhoek, Namibia) is a Namibian rugby union player who most recently played with South African side the.
Aldair Adulai Djaló Baldé (born 31 January 1992), known as Aldair, is a Guinea Bissauan footballer who plays for Gil Vicente as a Forward/Winger.
Alena Kupčíková (born October 22, 1976) is a Czech artist.
Alexander "Alex" Reichel (born March 3, 1971) is a former professional tennis player from the United States.
Alexander Stockton Cussons (1914–1986).
Alexander Richard Thompson (1 December 1876 – 16 December 1951) was an English cricketer active from 1905 to 1908 who played for Northamptonshire (Northants).
Alexandria (or; Arabic: الإسكندرية; Egyptian Arabic: إسكندرية; Ⲁⲗⲉⲝⲁⲛⲇⲣⲓⲁ; Ⲣⲁⲕⲟⲧⲉ) is the second-largest city in Egypt and a major economic centre, extending about along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in the north central part of the country.
Alfred John Atfield (3 March 1868 – 1 January 1949) played first-class cricket in England and South Africa and was also a Test match umpire and an influential cricket coach.
Alfred Henry Cecil Cooper (2 September 1893 – 18 July 1963) was a South African cricketer who played a single Test match for the South African national side during the 1913–14 season.
Alfred Park is a small (8.4 ha) wetland swamp forest in New Germany, Durban, South Africa.
Alfred Themba Qabula (1942–2002) was a poet, writer and trade unionist in Durban, South Africa in the 1980s.
Alfred Walter "Fuzz" Crompton (born 21 February 1927 in Durban) is a South African paleontologist and zoologist.
Alfred Walter (May 8, 1929 in Volary – March 7, 2004 in Brussels) was a Bohemian-Austrian conductor.
Alfred (Alfred Ernest Albert; 6 August 184430 July 1900) reigned as Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha from 1893 to 1900.
Alexander James "Ali" Williams (born 30 April 1981) is a New Zealand rugby union player who played at lock, spending almost all of his playing career in his homeland.
Alice Aprot Nawowuna (born 2 January 1994) is a Kenyan long-distance runner who competes mainly in track running and cross country running competitions.
Alien From L.A. is a 1988 science fiction film that stars Kathy Ireland as a young woman who visits the underground civilization of Atlantis.
Alina Molebogent Nancy Lekgetha, born Alina Molebogent Nancy Ditheko (27 August 1918 – 2 February 1992) was the Deputy Minister of Health of the Bantustan Bophuthatswana, co-founder of the Bophuthatswana Nursing Council and the main driver in the establishment of the Department of Nursing in the then University of Bophuthatswana (now Mafikeng Campus of the North-West University).
Alistair John Hargreaves (born 29 April 1986 in Durban, South Africa) is a former rugby union player that played as a lock.
Aliza Lavie (עליזה לביא, born 23 September 1964) is an Israeli academic and politician.
The All I Ever Wanted Tour was the sixth headlining concert tour by American pop rock artist Kelly Clarkson.
The All Red Line was an informal name for the system of electrical telegraphs that linked much of the British Empire.
Allan Robert Border AO (born 27 July 1955) is a former Australian international cricketer.
Rear Admiral Allan Kendall du Toit, is a retired senior officer of the Royal Australian Navy, who served as Australia's Military Representative to NATO and the European Union from 2013 until his retirement in 2016.
Allan Quatermain is the protagonist of H. Rider Haggard's 1885 novel King Solomon's Mines and its sequels.
Allan Rosenfield (April 28, 1933 – October 12, 2008) was an advocate for women's health during the worldwide AIDS pandemic as dean of the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health.
Allard's clownfish or Allard's anemonefish (Amphiprion allardi) is a marine fish belonging to the family Pomacentridae, the clownfishes and damselfishes, and was named after Jack Allard by Herbert Axelrod after his visit to Allard's Collecting Station in Kenya.
Allen and Hanburys Ltd was a British pharmaceutical manufacturer, absorbed by Glaxo Laboratories in 1958.
Allen Francis Gardiner (1794–1851) was a British Royal Navy officer and missionary to Patagonia.
Allen Kwela (September 11, 1939 in Chesterville, Durban – July 1, 2003) was a kwela and jazz guitarist from South Africa.
Allister Coetzee (born in Grahamstown) is a South African rugby union coach and former player, current in charge of Japanese Top League side Canon Eagles.
Alpheus Hamilton Zulu (29 July 1905 – 26 August 1987) was an Anglican bishop in the second half of the 20th century.
Alphas Leken Kishoyian (born 12 October 1994) is a Kenyan sprinter.
Alverstone Wildlife Park is a 100 hectare nature reserve near Hillcrest, Durban, South Africa.
Alyssa Conley (born 27 April 1991) is a South African athlete competing in sprinting events.
Amadou Ndiaye (born 6 December 1992) is a Senegalese athlete specialsing in the 400 metres hurdles.
Amanzimtoti is a coastal town just south of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
aMatikulu is a settlement in Uthungulu District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
AmaZulu is a South African football club based in the city of Durban that played in the Premier Soccer League.
AmaZulu: The Children of Heaven is a 2006 British documentary film directed by Hannan Majid and Richard York.
The AMC Hornet is a compact automobile, manufactured and marketed by American Motors Corporation (AMC) in a single generation from model years 1970 through 1977 — in sedan, wagon and hatchback coupe configurations.
Amichand Rajbansi (14 January 1942 – 29 December 2011) was a South African politician.
Amir Weintraub (Hebrew: אמיר ויינטרוב; born September 16, 1986) is an Israeli professional tennis player.
Amira Kouza (born 1989) is an Algerian breaststroke swimmer and triathlete.
Amy Sène (born 6 April 1986) is a French-born Senegalese track and field athlete who competes in the hammer throw.
An Yue Jiang (Chinese: 安岳江, Hanyu Pinyin: Ān Yuè Jiāng) is a People's Republic of China container vessel operated by the state-run shipping firm COSCO.
Anarchism in Africa refers both to purported anarchic political organisation of some traditional African societies and to modern anarchist movements in Africa.
Anarchism in South Africa dates to the 1880s, and played a major role in the labour and socialist movements from the turn of the twentieth century through to the 1920s.
And the Sea Will Tell is a true crime book by Vincent Bugliosi and Bruce Henderson.
Andile Ernest Jali (born 10 April 1990) is a South African footballer who plays for Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League and South Africa international side.
Andile Lucky Phehlukwayo (born 3 March 1996) is a South African cricketer.
Adriaan Pieter 'André' Esterhuizen (born 30 March 1994 in Klerksdorp) is a South African rugby union player for the South Africa national team, the in Super Rugby and Munakata Sanix Blues in the Japanese Top League.
André Olivier (born 29 December 1989) is a South African middle distance runner.
Andries Hendrik Snyman (born 2 February 1974) is a South African rugby union former player and current coach.
André Neal Vos (born 9 January 1975) is a former South African rugby union player who played as back row for Eastern Province (South Africa), Queensland Reds (Australia), The Cats (South Africa), The Lions (South Africa) and Harlequins (England) until his retirement in 2007.
Andrew Anderson (born 8 April 1983) is a South African tennis player playing on the ATP Challenger Tour.
Andrew Beerwinkel (born 5 March 1993 in Saron, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Currie Cup and Rugby Challenge.
Andrew Richard Caddick (born 21 November 1968 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a former cricketer who played for England as a fast bowler in Tests and ODIs.
Andrew Ian MacKinlay (born 21 September 1967) is a former South African cricketer.
Andrew Philip Mehrtens MNZM (born 28 April 1973 in Durban, South Africa) is a former New Zealand rugby union footballer.
Sir Andrew Smith KCB (3 December 1797 – 11 August 1872) was a Scottish surgeon, explorer, ethnologist and zoologist.
Andrew Tracey, born 5 May 1936, Durban, South Africa, is a South African ethnomusicologist, promoter of African Music, composer, folk singer, band leader, and actor.
Andrew Neil Walter Tweedie (born 27 November 1975 in Durban) is a South African first class cricketer for the Nashua Dolphins.
Andrew Zondo was a trained Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) operative.
Andrie Steyn (born 23 November 1996 in Durban, Natal) is an international cricketer who has played 20 One Day Internationals and five Twenty20 International for South Africa national women's cricket team between 2014 and 2017.
Andries Johannes Botha (born 22 September 1952) is an artist and political activist who lives and works in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Andries Wilhelmus Jacobus Pretorius (27 November 179823 July 1853) was a leader of the Boers who was instrumental in the creation of the South African Republic, as well as the earlier but short-lived Natalia Republic, in present-day South Africa.
Andries Strauss born 5 March 1984 in Pretoria, South Africa is a former rugby union player that played as a centre.
Andrew Flower OBE (born 28 April 1968) is a former Zimbabwean cricketer and a former captain for Zimbabwe national cricket team.
Andrew Sandham (6 July 1890 – 20 April 1982) was an English cricketer, a right-handed batsman who played 14 Test matches between 1921 and 1930.
Anerley is a town in Ugu District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Angus Gillean Mathew Maclaine, Younger of Lochbuie is the 27th hereditary Chief of Clan Maclaine of Lochbuie.
Sir Angus Frank Johnstone-Wilson, CBE (11 August 191331 May 1991) was an English novelist and short story writer.
Ann Mortifee, (born 30 November 1947) is a Canadian singer, composer and librettist, author, storyteller, and keynote speaker.
Anna Karen (born Ana Caren Krege on 19 September 1936), is a British film, television and theatre actress.
Anna-Maria Fernandez (born October 22, 1960) was an American professional tennis players active during the 1980s.
Ansuyah Ratipul Singh (12 June 1917 – 27 November 1978) was a South African medical doctor and writer.
The Antarctic flying squid (Todarodes filipovae) is a species of squid from the subfamily Todarodinae of the family Ommastrephidae, a family of pelagic squid from the order Oegopsida.
Anthony Alexander Forrest (20 November 1884 – 15 May 1901) was an Australian rules footballer and soldier who was killed in the Second Boer War.
Anthony Delpech (born 10 February 1969 in the Seychelles) is a thoroughbred horse racing jockey who competes internationally.
Anthony Evans (6 December 1942 – 19 August 2016) was a South African cricketer.
Anthony Henniker-Gotley (1887–1972) was a rugby union international who represented England from 1910 to 1911.
Sir Anthony Musgrave GCMG (31 August 1828 – 9 October 1888) was a colonial administrator and governor.
Anthopleura michaelseni, commonly known as the long-tentacled anemone or crevice anemone, is a species of sea anemone in the family Actiniidae.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL; formerly known as the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith) is an international Jewish non-governmental organization based in the United States.
Anti-Indian sentiment or Indophobia refers to negative feelings and hatred towards India, Indians, and Indian culture.
Antoine Marguier is a French orchestra conductor.
Antoinette Uys (born 2 March 1976) is a badminton player from South Africa.
Anton Harber (October 27, 1958) is a South African journalist.
Anton Leonard (born Durban, 31 May 1974) is a South African former rugby union player and current coach.
Born in Phalaborwa, South Africa on 28 September 1971, Anton Robert Krueger is a South African playwright, poet and academic.
Anton van Wouw (27 December 1862, Driebergen - 30 July 1945, Pretoria) was a Dutch-born sculptor regarded as the father of South African sculpture.
Antonie Delport Claassen (born 20 October 1984) is a French and South African rugby union player.
Antonio Alkana (born 12 April 1990) is a South African hurdler.
Antwerp (Antwerpen, Anvers) is a city in Belgium, and is the capital of Antwerp province in Flanders.
The AP convoys were a series of Arabian Sea convoys which ran during World War II.
Apartheid started in 1948 in theUnion of South Africa |year_start.
Apimondia or International Federation of Beekeepers' Associations promotes scientific, ecological, social and economic apicultural development in all countries and the cooperation of beekeepers` associations, scientific bodies and of individuals involved in apiculture worldwide.
Apodocreedia vanderhorsti, the longfin burrower, is a species of sandburrower native to the Indian Ocean coast of southern Africa where it can be found from Delagoa Bay, Mozambique to Durban, South Africa.
The Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa (AFM) is a classical Pentecostal Christian denomination in South Africa.
The Vicariate Apostolic of Natal (Vicariatus Apostolicus Natalensis) was a Roman Catholic missionary, quasi-diocesan jurisdiction in South Africa.
Apple Maps (or simply Maps) is a web mapping service developed by Apple Inc. It is the default map system of iOS, macOS, and watchOS.
Arçelik A.Ş. is a household appliances manufacturer from Turkey.
The archaeology of the Philippines is the study of past societies in the territory of the modern Republic of the Philippines, an island country in Southeast Asia, through material culture.
Archie Crail (born 1944 in Paarl, South Africa)"Can't feel safe, even in Saskatchewan".
Argentina have competed in all the Rugby World Cup tournaments, starting with the inaugural 1987 tournament.
The Argentina national rugby team is organised by the Argentine Rugby Union (UAR, from the Spanish: Unión Argentina de Rugby).
Ari Sitas (born 1952 in Limassol, Cyprus) is a South African sociologist, writer, dramatist and civic activist.
Deshamanya Arjuna Ranatunga (අර්ජුන රණතුංග; born 1 December 1963) is a former Sri Lankan cricketer and 1996 Cricket World Cup winning captain for Sri Lanka.
Arnoldus Francois Botha (born 26 October 1991) is a South African rugby union footballer for Irish Pro14 side Munster.
Aron Kipchumba Koech (also known as Haron Koech; born 27 January 1990) is a Kenyan hurdler.
Durban, South Africa has a notable number of buildings built in the Art Deco style popularised in the US in the 1930s.
Arthémon Hatungimana (born January 21, 1974 in Muhweza) is a former middle distance runner from Burundi.
Arthur Gue Cissé (born 29 December 1996) is an Ivorian sprinter.
Arthur Henry Neumann (12 June 1850 – 29 May 1907) was an English explorer, hunter, soldier, farmer and travel writer, famous for his exploits in Equatorial East Africa.
Arthur Chudleigh Beaumont "Chud" Langton (2 March 1912 – 27 November 1942) was a South African cricketer who played in 15 Tests from 1935 to 1939.
Arthur Lightening (1 August 1936 - 2001) was a South African footballer who played as a goalkeeper in the Football League for Coventry City, Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest.
Arthur Benjamin Postle (8 March 1881 – 21 April 1965) was an Australian professional athlete, one of the country's most renowned sprinters in the early twentieth century.
Arthur Smith (24 July 1887 – 23 October 1958) was a South African sports shooter.
Arthur Tayfield (born 21 June 1931) is a former cricketer who played first-class cricket in South Africa from 1948 to 1963.
Arya Samaj was established in Ghana in August 1986 by Pandit Wreston Charles Ankoh when he founded the Arya Vedic Mission in Accra.
Arya Samaj is a Hindu reform movement in South Africa.
Ascham School is an independent, non-denominational, day and boarding school for girls, located in Edgecliff, an Eastern Suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Ashish Nehra (आशीष नेहरा; born 29 April 1979) is a former Indian cricketer who played in all formats of the game.
Ashley Owens is an American Paralympic swimmer.
Ashwell Gavin Prince (born 28 May 1977) is a former South African cricketer who played all formats of the game for South Africa and a former captain.
Association football is the most popular sport in nearly every Asian country, and 12 members of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have competed at the sport's biggest event, the men's FIFA World Cup.
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Aslauga australis, the southern purple, is a species of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae.
Asoka Nalanda Abeygunawardana (born 12 December 1963) (known as Asoka Abeygunawardana) is a Sri Lankan.
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The Men's 3,000m Steeplechase event at the 2010 South American Games was held on March 23 at 18:20.
Athlone Park is a southern suburb of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Atholl Henry McKinnon (20 August 1932 in Port Elizabeth, Cape Province – 2 December 1983 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in eight Tests from 1960 to 1966.
Atlantic is the first studio album by the South African mathcore band Theatre.
The Atlantic slave trade or transatlantic slave trade involved the transportation by slave traders of enslaved African people, mainly to the Americas.
Atlie FC is a South African football (soccer) club based in Benoni, Gauteng.
Atsu Nyamadi (born 1 June 1994, in Anloga) is a Ghanaian athlete competing in the decathlon.
Aubrey Kruger (21 July 1935 – 19 July 2016) was a South African draughtsman and inventor.
Aubrey Duckworth MacKenzie (23 October 1894 – 15 July 1933) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Melbourne and St Kilda in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Auckland Park Theological Seminary (ATS) is a Pentecostal and Charismatic theological seminary.
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Austin Codrington (born 22 August 1975) is a former Canadian ODI cricketer.
The Australia national soccer team, nicknamed the Socceroos, has represented Australia at the FIFA World Cup finals on five occasions: in 1974, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018.
The Australian Davis Cup team is the second most successful team ever to compete in the Davis Cup, winning the coveted title on 28 separate occasions, second behind the United States with 32.
The Australia national korfball team is managed by Korfball Australia (KA), representing Australia in korfball international competitions.
The lists shown below shows the Australia national soccer team all-time record against opposing nations.
The following details the Australia national soccer team results in competitive and non-competitive (friendly) matches.
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The Australian cricket team in South Africa in 1902–03 played 6 matches including 3 Tests, winning 3 times with 3 draws and no defeats.
The Australia national cricket team toured South Africa from October to November 1921 and played a three-match Test series against South Africa.
The Australia national cricket team toured South Africa from November 1935 to March 1936 and played a five-match Test series against South Africa.
The Australia national cricket team toured South Africa from October 1949 to March 1950 and played a five-match Test series against the South African team.
The Australia cricket team toured South Africa from October 1957 to March 1958 and played a five-match Test series against the South Africa national cricket team.
The Australia national cricket team toured South Africa from October 1966 to March 1967 and played a five-match Test series against the South African team.
The Australian national cricket team toured South Africa from January to March 1970, and played a four-match Test series against the South African national cricket team.
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Australian cricket team toured South Africa for cricket matches during the 2005–06 South African cricket season.
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The Australia national cricket team toured South Africa from 13 October to 21 November 2011.
The Australia cricket team toured South Africa, playing three Test matches and a three-match Twenty20 series against the South African national team from 12 February to 14 March 2014.
The Australian cricket team toured South Africa from 4 to 9 March 2016 to play three Twenty20 International matches.
Australian national cricket team toured South Africa in September and October 2016 playing a series of five One Day Internationals (ODIs) against the hosts and a solitary ODI against Ireland.
The Australia cricket team toured South Africa between February and April 2018 to play four Test matches.
When the First World War ended in November 1918, thousands of Australian servicemen were in Europe as members of the First Australian Imperial Force (AIF) and many remained until the spring of 1919.
An auto rickshaw is a motorized development of the traditional pulled rickshaw or cycle rickshaw.
Avis Rent a Car South Africa, better known as Avis, is a South African car rental company headquartered in Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa.
Avoca is a northern suburb of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The Avro York was a British transport aircraft developed by Avro during the Second World War.
Ayanda Denge is a South African trans woman and sex worker.
Ayanda Lubelo (born 28 February 1992) is a South African football (soccer) midfielder who plays for Bidvest Wits in the Premier Soccer League.
Ayanda Patosi (born 31 October 1992) is a South African international footballer who plays professionally for Cape Town City, as a left winger.
Aynalem Eshetu Shefrawe (born 5 February 1992) is an Ethiopian race walker.
Ayodele Aladefa (born 29 December 1970 and died May 17, 2017) was a Nigerian former long jumper.
Azhar Mahmood Sagar (اظہر محمود ساگر; born 28 February 1975) is a former Pakistani cricketer, who played Tests and ODIs.
éVoid is one of the more important rock bands to emerge in 1980s South Africa.
Özlem Kaya (born Özlem Baykız, February 25, 1992) is a Turkish female Paralympic swimmer.
Baboloki Tirelo Thebe (born 18 March 1997) is a Botswana track and field sprinter who specialises in the 400 metres.
Back for Good Tour was the first worldwide concert tour by Modern Talking.
Bafana Mlangeni (1967 – 12 July 2015) was a South African actor most famous for acting as Sibeko, a drunkard and security spy in the sitcom Emzini Wezinsizwa.
The Bahá'í Faith in South Africa began with the holding of Bahá'í meetings in the country in 1911.
Bakers Limited, commonly known as Bakers, is a South African company producing a wide variety of savoury and sweet biscuits.
Ballito is a holiday town located in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The Banff-class sloops were a group of ten ships of the Royal Navy.
Bank of Baroda (BoB) is an Indian state-owned International banking and financial services company headquartered in Vadodara (earlier known as Baroda) in Gujarat, India. It has a corporate office in Mumbai. Based on 2017 data, it is ranked 1145 on Forbes Global 2000 list. BoB has total assets in excess of 3.58 trillion (making it India’s 2nd biggest bank by assets), a network of 5538 branches in India and abroad, and 10441 ATMs as of July, 2017. The bank was founded by the Maharaja of Baroda, Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III on 20 July 1908 in the Princely State of Baroda, in Gujarat. The bank, along with 13 other major commercial banks of India, was nationalised on 19 July 1969, by the Government of India and has been designated as a profit-making public sector undertaking (PSU). As many as 10 banks have been merged with Bank of Baroda during its journey so far.
Bano Traoré (born April 25, 1985 in Ivry-sur-Seine, France) is a Malian athlete who specialises in the 110 meter hurdles.
Barbara Mosima Joyce Masekela (born 18 July 1941) is a South African poet, educator, and activist who has held positions of arts leadership within the African National Congress (ANC).
Barbara (Louise) Trapido, born 1941 as Barbara Schuddeboom, is a British novelist born in South Africa with German, Danish and Dutch ancestry.
Barend Jackobus Potgieter (born 28 December 1994) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the.
Bariza Ghezlani otherwise known as Bariza Ghazlani, Bariza Ghezelani or Bariza Ghozlani, (born 16 September 1993) is an Algerian racewalker.
Barloworld Limited is an industrial brand management company, founded in South Africa.
The barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) is the most widespread species of swallow in the world.
Barrie John Meyer (21 August 1932 – 13 September 2015) was an English footballer and cricketer, and later a cricket umpire.
Barry Peter Armitage (born 11 May 1979 in Durban) is a South African baseball pitcher.
David Barry Hilton (born 29 January 1956 in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia) is a South African stand up comedian.
Barry Anderson Richards (born 21 July 1945) is a former South African first-class cricketer.
Bartholomeus Gabriel le Roux (born 28 January 1994) is a South African rugby union player, who most recently played for the in the Currie Cup.
Justice Muhammad Bashir Jehangiri (Urdu:, born 1 February 1937) was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan from 7 January 2002 to 31 January 2002.
Basildon is a civil parish in the English county of Berkshire.
The Battle of Berne is used to refer to a football match at the 1954 World Cup between Hungary and Brazil, a quarter-final played on 27 June 1954 at the Wankdorf Stadium in Berne, Switzerland.
The Battle of Blood River (Slag van Bloedrivier; iMpi yaseNcome) is the name given for the battle fought between 470 Voortrekkers ("Pioneers"), led by Andries Pretorius, and an estimated "10 000 to 15 000" Zulu on the bank of the Ncome River on 16 December 1838, in what is today KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The Battle of Congella, beginning 23 May 1842, was between the British of the Cape colony and Voortrekkers or the Boer forces of the Natalia Republic.
The Battle of Ladysmith was one of the early engagements of the Second Boer War.
The Battle of Madagascar was the British campaign to capture Vichy French-controlled Madagascar during World War II.
The Battle of MagersfonteinSpelt incorrectly in various English texts as "Majersfontein", "Maaghersfontein" and "Maagersfontein".
The Battle of Maqongqo was fought on 29 January 1840 during a civil war between Zulu factions.
The Battle of Spion Kop (Slag bij Spionkop.; Slag van Spioenkop) was fought about west-south-west of Ladysmith on the hilltop of Spioenkop(1) along the Tugela River, Natal in South Africa from 23–24 January 1900.
Bayhead Natural Heritage Site is a 20ha nature reserve of mangrove forest and coastal grassland within the industrial area of Durban Bay, South Africa.
Bazley is a residential beach town along the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast, south of Durban.
Béryl Laramé (born 1 July 1973) is a retired Seychellois female track and field athlete who specialised in high jump and triple jump events.
MV BBC China was a general cargo vessel.
Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve is located at the mouth of the Umgeni River in Durban North, a suburb of Durban, South Africa.
Beatha Nishimwe (born 1 December 1998) is a Rwandan middle-distance runner.
Beatrice Gyaman (born 17 February 1987) is a Ghanaian track and field athlete specialising in the sprinting events.
Beatrice Maude Williams (née Kerr; 30 November 1887 – 3 August 1971), known professionally as Beatrice Kerr, was an Australian swimmer, diver, and aquatic performer.
Beauden John Barrett (born 27 May 1991) is a New Zealand rugby union player.
Bechet High School, situated in Sydenham, Durban, South Africa, is a high school established in 1955.
The Beer Hall Boycott of South Africa was a women-led national campaign of boycotting municipal beerhalls.
Beer in South Africa has a long history, with a corporate history dating back to the early 20th century.
Beirut (بيروت, Beyrouth) is the capital and largest city of Lebanon.
Belfast (is the capital city of Northern Ireland, located on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast of Ireland.
Belfast City Hall (Halla na Cathrach Bhéal Feirste; Ulster-Scots: Bilfawst Citie Haw) is the civic building of Belfast City Council located in Donegall Square, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Bellaire is a suburb of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Benjamin James "Ben" Foden (born 22 July 1985 in Chester) is a rugby union player who plays for Northampton Saints and England.
Ben Foord (21 January 1913, in Vrede – 29 September 1942) was a South African professional light heavy/cruiser/heavyweight boxer of the 1930s and 1940s, who won the South African heavyweight title, British Boxing Board of Control (BBBoFC) British heavyweight title (though he was South African), and British Empire heavyweight title, his professional fighting weight varied from, i.e. Light heavyweight to, i.e. Heavyweight.
Ben Voss (born 3 May 1973) is a South African comedian, actor and playwright.
Ben Youssef Meïté (November 11, 1986) is a sprinter from Côte d'Ivoire.
Barend Johannes Janse van Rensburg (born 14 January 1997) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Rugby Challenge.
Benito Armando Archundia Téllez (born March 21, 1966) is a retired Mexican football referee.
Vice Admiral Sir Benjamin Charles Stanley Martin (18 July 1891–3 June 1957) was a Royal Navy officer who was the first boy from the Royal Naval Hospital School, Greenwich, to reach flag rank in the Royal Navy.
Lieutenant General Sir Benjamin Alfred D'Urban (1777 – 25 May 1849) was a British general and colonial administrator, who is best known for his frontier policy when he was the Governor in the Cape Colony (now in South Africa).
Benjamin Hector (born 5 August 1979 in Durban) is a South African first-class cricketer for the Cape Cobras.
Benjamin Pogrund (born 1933) is a South African-born Israeli author.
Benjamin Louwrens Osler (23 November 1901 – 28 April 1962) was a rugby union footballer who played internationally for South Africa.
Benoît Baby (born 7 September 1983 in Lavelanet, France) is a French rugby union footballer, currently playing for Biarritz Olympique in the élite domestic championship, the Top 14.
The Berea is a ridge above the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa on the northern side which overlooks the city centre and the Indian Ocean.
Bergville is a small town situated in the foothills of the Drakensberg mountains, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Bernard Benton (born January 6, 1957, in Toledo, Ohio) is a retired American professional boxer in the Cruiserweight division who held the WBC and Lineal Cruiserweight championship of the world.
Bernard Melvin Parker (born 16 March 1986 in Boksburg, Gauteng) is a South African professional association football midfielder/striker playing for Kaizer Chiefs.
Bertha Mkhize (6 June 1889 – 3 October 1981) was a South African teacher, who gained legal emancipation as a feme sole operating a business in her own right.
Arthur Lionel Bertie Perkins (19 October 1905 – 6 May 1992), known as Bertie Perkins, was a Welsh cricketer.
Bessie Amelia Emery Head, known as Bessie Head (6 July 1937 – 17 April 1986), though born in South Africa, is usually considered Botswana's most influential writer.
Bethlehem is a large town in the eastern Free State province of South Africa that is situated on the Liebenbergs river (also called Liebenbergs Vlei) along a fertile valley just north of the Rooiberg Mountains on the N5 road.It is the fastest growing town in the Free state province, with its target of being the Fourth largest city after Kroonstad in balance.
Beuran Eric Hendricks (born 8 June 1990) is a South Africa cricketer who plays for the Cape Cobras.
Bhekokwakhe "Bheki" Hamilton Cele (born 22 April 1952) is the South African Minister of the Police, since 26 February 2018 and was the National Commissioner of the South African Police Service until October 2011, when he was suspended from duty, due to allegations of corruption.
Bhekumuzi Hyacinth Mseleku, generally known as Bheki Mseleku (3 March 1955 – 9 September 2008), was a jazz musician from South Africa.
Bhekumuzi Luthuli (13 July 1961 - 7 April 2010) was a well known South African Maskandi musician.
Scouting was introduced in Bhutan in 1970.
Bibisara Assaubayeva (born 26 February 2004) is a chess prodigy from Taraz, Kazakhstan.
BidAir Cargo is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bidvest Group, an international investment company that is listed on four bourses internationally – the JSE Securities Exchange in South Africa and its counterparts in Australia, London and Luxembourg.
National Olympic Committees select from within their national territory cities to put forward bids to host an Olympic Games.
Seven cities submitted bids for 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics on September 13, 2007, aiming to host the Games of the XXXI Olympiad.
Six bids were made for the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics.
Three cities applied with bids to host the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics (also known as XXIII Olympic Winter Games and XII Paralympic Winter Games) in October 2009.
There were a total of six bids which were initially submitted for the 2020 Summer Olympics.
The city of Durban, South Africa was initially elected as the host for the 2022 Commonwealth Games on 2 September 2015, at a General Assembly in Auckland, New Zealand.
There were a total of five bids which were initially submitted for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Bidvest Insurance Group, commonly referred to as Bidvest Insurance is a subsidiary of the Bidvest Group based in South Africa that operates under two insurance licences: short term and life insurance.
Bienvenu Wendla Sawadogo (born 31 December 1995) is a Burkinabé sprinter specialising in the 400 metres.
Big Brother Mzansi: Secrets (also known as Big Brother South Africa 3) was the third season of the Big Brother South Africa reality television series produced by Endemol for M-Net.
Big Brother Mzansi: Double Trouble (also known as Big Brother South Africa 2) is the second season of the Big Brother South Africa reality television series produced by Endemol for M-Net.
Big Nuz is a South African Durban Kwaito music group from South Africa.
The Biggar family, Alexander Harvey Biggar (29 October 1781 – 27 December 1838) and his two sons Robert (12 September 1813 – 17 April 1838) and George (20 February 1820 – 17 February 1838), were pioneer traders at Port Natal, in what was to become the Colony of Natal.
The Bigshoes Foundation is a non-governmental organisation based in Johannesburg, which serves the needs of children in South Africa affected by HIV/AIDS.
William Alfred Brown, OAM (31 July 1912 – 16 March 2008) was an Australian cricketer who played 22 Tests between 1934 and 1948, captaining his country in one Test.
Bill Bendyshe Burnett (1917–1994) was a South African Anglican bishop and archbishop.
William John Edrich DFC (26 March 1916 – 24 April 1986) was a first-class cricketer who played for Middlesex, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Norfolk and England.
Colonel Duane Tyrell "Bill" Hudson DSO OBE (1910–1995) was a British Special Operations Executive officer who worked as a liaison officer with the Yugoslav Partisans and Chetniks in occupied Yugoslavia during World War II.
William Arras Johnston (26 February 1922 – 25 May 2007) was an Australian cricketer who played in forty Test matches from 1947 to 1955.
William Morris "Bill" Lawry, AM (born 11 February 1937) is a former cricketer who played for Victoria and Australia.
Billie Jean King (née Moffitt; born November 22, 1943) is an American former World No. 1 professional tennis player.
This is a list of the main career statistics of former tennis player Billie Jean King.
William Butler (17 March 1900 – 11 July 1966) was an English professional footballer who was most famously a winger for Bolton Wanderers in the 1920s.
Billy Dutton (born 9 June 1989 in East London, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the.
William Hughes Bowker Frank (23 November 1872 in King William's Town, Cape Colony – 16 February 1945 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in one Test in 1896.
Billy Jacobson, also known as the riding Machine, (Born on 2 May 1980, Durban, South Africa) is a South African Jockey currently riding in South Africa, Durban.
William Arthur Frank 'Billy' Mills (January 3, 1898 – September 16, 1937), was a South African racing driver) Billy Mills was born in South Africa in 1898. His father was a transport rider, and then a farmer in the Umlaas Road area. Mills was among the tough motorsport pioneers in South Africa, racing a series of ‘cutdown’ modified American saloons and then an imported Aston Martin Ulster in the early South African Grand Prix. The Ulster, one of just 21 built, was bought from the works on 7 July 1936 at a cost of £1,100. However, he was arguably better known for his long-distance, record-breaking efforts back in the 1920s, notably the ‘runs’ from Durban to Johannesburg and Pietermaritzburg to Durban using Chryslers and De Sotos. Mills was also among the early South African aviation pioneers, owning a Leopard Moth based at Oribi airfield. He competed in two South African GPs both at East London, in 1936 in his converted Plymouth two-seater 'Pyroil Special', finishing sixth and in 1937 in the Ulster retiring on lap one. He placed thirteenth in the 3rd Kimberley 100 held on the Paardeberg Road Circuit on 5 October 1936, and sixth in the 1st Coronation 100 held on Maritzburg’s Alexandra Park Circuit on 31 May 1937. Mills did not finish the 1st Bloemfontein Blue Riband held on the Brandkop Speedway on 2 August 1937, and finished sixth and seventh in the two heats making up Silver Springbok Trophy on the Lord Howe Circuit on 21 August 1937. Mills died suddenly in Pietermaritzburg in September 1937, aged just 39 years and nine months, from heart failure brought on by influenza and pneumonia. His grandson is Dr. Greg Mills, an expert in international affairs.
Billy Nair (27 November 1929 – 23 October 2008) was a South African politician, a member of the National Assembly of South Africa, an anti-apartheid activist and a political prisoner in Robben Island.
Billy Talent is a Canadian rock band from Mississauga, Ontario.
Billy Tennant is a professional flowboarder from Durban, South Africa.
Walter Wareham 'Billy' Wade (18 June 1914 in Durban, Natal – 31 May 2003 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in 11 Tests between 1938 and 1950.
Birkin Cars, Ltd. is a South African-based car manufacturer.
Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England, with an estimated population of 1,101,360, making it the second most populous city of England and the United Kingdom.
The Birmingham bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games was a bid by Birmingham, England and Commonwealth Games England to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The Birmingham Rifles, was a volunteer unit of the British Army founded in Birmingham in 1859.
Birtukan Adamu Ali (born 29 April 1992) is an Ethiopian runner competing primarily in the 3000 metres steeplechase.
Bismarck Wilhelm du Plessis (born 22 May 1984) is a South African rugby union player, who plays for the South Africa national team and for in the French Top 14.
Bismarck Myrick (born December 23, 1940) is a former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Liberia (1999–2002) and Lesotho (1995–1998).
Brendon James Botha, better known as BJ Botha (born 4 January 1980 in Durban, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player.
Bradley-John Watling (born 9 July 1985), known as BJ Watling, is a South African-born New Zealand international cricketer who has represented Northern Districts since December 2004.
The BL 9.2 inch guns Mk IX and Mk XMk IX.
Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo (born 11 March 1976), better known by his stage name Black Coffee, is a South African record producer and DJ.
The Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) was a grassroots anti-Apartheid activist movement that emerged in South Africa in the mid-1960s out of the political vacuum created by the jailing and banning of the African National Congress and Pan Africanist Congress leadership after the Sharpeville Massacre in 1960.
Black December refers to at least nine shark attacks on humans causing six deaths that occurred along the coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, from December 18, 1957 to April 5, 1958.
The black-headed dwarf chameleon (Bradypodion melanocephalum) is a lizard of the family Chamaeleonidae endemic to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The Blackburn Bluebird IV was a single-engine biplane light trainer/tourer biplane with side-by-side seating designed by Blackburn Aircraft.
The blackspot skate (Dipturus campbelli) is a species of fish in the Rajidae family.
Bonginkosi Emmanuel "Blade" Nzimande (born 14 April 1958 in Edendale near Pietermaritzburg) is a South African politician and Minister of Transport.
Blanka Szávay (Hungarian: Szávay Blanka; born 24 October 1993) is a Hungarian tennis player.
The White Liberation Movement (Blanke Bevrydingsbeweging; abbreviated BBB) was a small but notorious South African neo-Nazi organisation which became infamous after being banned under the Apartheid regime, the first right-wing organisation to be so banned.
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Bloemfontein central railway station is a railway station located in Bloemfontein, Free State Province, South Africa.
Terence William "Blondie" Chaplin (born 7 July 1951) is a singer and guitarist from Durban, South Africa, where he played in the band The Flames in the mid-to late-1960s.
Lund's Blue Anchor Line was a shipping company operating between the United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia between 1870 and 1910.
The Blue Bulls, for sponsorship reasons known as the Vodacom Blue Bulls, or more popularly by their Afrikaans name die Blou Bulle, is a South African rugby union team that participates in the annual Currie Cup tournament.
The Blue Train travels an approximately journey in South Africa between Pretoria and Cape Town.
Bluff Nature Reserve is a 45 hectare protected pan and forest in the suburb of The Bluff, Durban, South Africa.
Bluff or The Bluff is a geographical area, containing seven suburbs in Durban, eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.
Edward Serrurier "Bob" Newson (2 December 1910 in Sea Point, Cape Province – 24 April 1988 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in three Tests in 1930–31 and 1938–39.
Robert Baddeley Simpson AO (born 3 February 1936) is a former cricketer who played for New South Wales, Western Australia and Australia, captaining the national team from 1963–64 until 1967–68, and again in 1977–78.
Robert Barry Lionel "Bobby" Chalmers (born 19 February 1941) is a former association football forward who played professionally for the Rhodesia national team and various clubs in South Africa, where he scored 303 goals in all competitions, making him the all-time top goalscorer in the now-defunct South African National Football League.
Hendrik Human Dippenaar (born 14 June 1977), known as Boeta Dippenaar, is a former South African cricketer who played all formats of the game.
Boipelo Makhothi (born 23 February 1986) is a Basotho swimmer.
Boitumelo Masilo (born 5 August 1995) is a middle-distance runner from Botswana competing primarily in the 800 metres.
Bonela is a mixed race residential area in central Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Boniface Ontuga Mweresa (born 13 November 1993 in Nyamira) is a Kenyan sprinter specialising in the 400 metres.
Boniface Mucheru Tumuti (born 2 May 1992) is a Kenyan sprinter and hurdler.
Bonifacio Ávila (born June 5, 1950) is a retired boxer from Colombia, who represented his native country at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Book fairs and literary festivals are held throughout South Africa each year to promote literacy among children and adults.
HMAT Boonah was the last Australian troop ship to leave Fremantle, Western Australia bound for the Middle East in October 1918, near the end of the World War I. Carrying about 1200 AIF soldiers, she arrived in Durban, South Africa just three days after the armistice was signed and on hearing the news, made arrangements to return home promptly.
The Boswell Wilkie Circus was in business for close to 75 years in South Africa.
The Both Sides of the World Tour was a worldwide concert tour by the English singer-songwriter, drummer Phil Collins, which took place between April 1994 and May 1995, in support of his 1993 album, Both Sides.
Botha's Hill is a small town outside Hillcrest in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Bothropoma ponsonbyi is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Colloniidae.
Boubacar Diabang Dialiba (born July 13, 1988) is a Senegalese international footballer who currently plays as a left winger for Turkish club Giresunspor.
Bouchta El Hayani (born 1952 in Taounate) is a Moroccan artist who started his professional career in the 1970s.
In cricket a boundary is the edge or boundary of the playing field, or a scoring shot where the ball is hit to or beyond that point.
A bowl-out (sometimes termed a bowl-off) is used in various forms of limited overs cricket to decide a match that would otherwise end in a tie.
Bowmans, previously Bowman Gilfillan, is a law firm based in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, with offices in Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Durban, Kampala and Nairobi.
The Boxing Day Test match is a cricket Test match held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia involving the Australian cricket team and an opposing national team which is touring Australia during the southern summer.
Braam Jordaan is a South African filmmaker, animator, and activist.
Bradley Barritt (born 7 August 1986) is a South African-born English rugby union player who plays for Saracens in the Gallagher Premiership.
Bradley John Hodge (born 29 December 1974) is a former Australian cricketer.
Brad Lacey (born 11 April 1994) is a South African-born, Australian rugby union player who currently plays for the Western Force in the international Super Rugby competition.
Bradley "Brad" Moses (born 3 April 1983) is a South African professional cricketer who currently plays first-class cricket for the Easterns.
Bradley Thomas James Wheal (born 28 August 1996) is a cricketer who plays for Hampshire and has been called up to represent Scotland.
Bradley Ritson (born 27 March 1982 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a retired South African football striker.
Brady Barends (born 21 January 1989) is a South African first-class cricketer.
Brandon Scullard (born 22 February 1991) is a South African first-class cricketer.
Ambraüsus "Brausch" Niemann (born 7 January 1939 in Durban) is a former racing driver from South Africa.
The following article concerns the performance of Brazil at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Brazil national football team has a long competitive record in playing association football.
The Brede-class lifeboat was operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) from its stations around the coasts of the United Kingdom between 1982 and 2002, at which time it was the fastest all-weather lifeboat in its fleet.
Bridgid "Bree" O'Mara (4 July 1968 – 12 May 2010) was an Irish-South African novelist, ballet dancer, TV producer and air hostess who was killed in the crash of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771.
The City Municipality of Bremen (Stadtgemeinde Bremen) is a Hanseatic city in northwestern Germany, which belongs to the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (also called just "Bremen" for short), a federal state of Germany.
The Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association (BORDA) is a non-profit international development organization headquartered in Bremen, Germany, and regional offices in Afghanistan, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and Tanzania as well as several project offices within each region.
Brendan Keogh (born 8 December 1970) in Penrith, New South Wales is an Australian Paralympic swimming coach who has over 20 years of swimming coaching experience.
Brendan John Mullin (born Jerusalem, 30 October 1963) is a former Ireland international rugby union football player.
Brendon Groenewald (born 27 May 1991 in Johannesburg, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with KwaZulu-Natal club side Durban Collegians.
Brendon Reddy (born 6 November 1983) is a South African cricketer.
Brent Haygarth (born 27 December 1967, in Durban, South Africa), is a former professional tennis player from South Africa.
Brett Goodin (born 12 May 1985) is a New Zealand rugby union player.
Brett Lee (born 8 November 1976) is a former Australian international cricketer, who played all three formats of the game.
Brettonwood High School, in Durban, South Africa, opened in January 1966, is named after Brettonwood Avenue, which is at the intersection of the main entrance.
Brian 'BJ' Caldwell (born December 17, 1975) is an American sailor.
Brian Dennis Gessner (born 20 June 1947) is a former South African cricketer.
Brian Kasinda (born 31 December 1997) is a Zambian sprinter.
The Honourable Brian Charles Lara, (born 2 May 1969) is a Trinidadian former international cricketer.
Brian Kevin Neeson (born 30 September 1945) is a New Zealand politician.
Brian Pettifer (born 1949) is an actor who has appeared in many television shows.
General Brian Hubert Robertson, 1st Baron Robertson of Oakridge, (22 July 1896 – 29 April 1974) was a senior British Army officer during the Second World War, who played an important role in the East African, North African and Italian Campaigns.
Simphiwe Brian Shabangu (born 16 May 2013) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Brian Jonathan Whitfield (born 14 March 1959 in Durban) is a former South African First-class cricketer.
BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Bridget Masinga (born 26 February 1981) is a South African actress, television and radio personality, fashion model and philanthropist. She placed 3rd in the 2002 Miss South Africa pageant and is best known for her roles on the South African television shows Generations and Bay of Plenty as well as for her work on radio. She hosts the Workzone 1 with Bridget Masinga on Jacaranda FM (formerly Jacaranda 94.2).
The Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) is an Australian nonprofit non-governmental organization with an international focus on eye care research and vision care delivery.
Brindley & Foster was a pipe organ builder based in Sheffield who flourished between 1854 and 1939.
The British Aerospace Jetstream 41 is a turboprop-powered feederliner and regional airliner, designed by British Aerospace as a "stretched" version of the popular Jetstream 31.
British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) was the British state-owned airline created in 1940 by the merger of Imperial Airways and British Airways Ltd.
Broadway, Durban is a residential area in northern Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Aide Brown Ideye (born 10 October 1988) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Spanish club Málaga, on loan from Chinese club Tianjin Teda, and the Nigeria national team.
Brown Lindiwe Mkhize (born Durban, South Africa) is a South African singer and actress.
Bruce Dalling (16 August 1938 – 7 July 2008) was a Springbok South African yachtsman, also advocate and farmer, best known for taking second place on elapsed time and first on corrected time for the monohull award in the 1968 Observer Single-Handed Trans-Atlantic Race.
Bruce Fordyce (born 3 December 1955 in Hong Kong) is a South African marathon and ultramarathon athlete.
Bruce David Grobbelaar (born 6 October 1957) is a former Zimbabwe international footballer who played as a goalkeeper, most prominently for the English team Liverpool between 1981 and 1994.
Bruce Groves (1 March 1947 – 31 January 2014) was a South African cricketer.
Bruce Johnstone (born William Bruce Gordon Johnstone on 30 January 1937 in Durban) is a former racing driver from South Africa.
Brummer Badenhorst (born 6 September 1990) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing for.
Bryan Rennie (born 21 December 1984 in South Africa) is a rugby union player for Bristol in the RFU Championship.
Bryan Watson (born 18 April 1969) was nine times Professional World Latin Dance Champion and won the International Latin American Championship five times.
Bryce Easton (born 5 September 1987) is a South African professional golfer who plays on the Sunshine Tour.
Bryce Moon (born 6 April 1986 in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African football player who last played for Maritzburg United as a defender and midfielder.
Bryde's whale or the Bryde's whale complex putatively comprises two species of rorqual and maybe three.
Brynard Stander is a South African rugby union player, currently playing in Australia with the Western Force.
Buck Smith (born July 22, 1965) is an American professional boxer in the cruiserweight division.
The Buffelsdraai Landfill Site Community Reforestation Project (BLSCRP) was initiated in 2008 to alleviate climate change impacts associated with hosting elements of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in Durban.
Buhle 'Bush' Mxunyelwa (born 25 June 1986 in East London, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the.
Bulawayo is the second-largest city in Zimbabwe after the capital Harare, with, as of the ever disputed 2012 census, a population of 653,337 while Bulawayo Municipal records indicate a population of 1,200,750.
Kwa-Bulawayo (prefixed according to context with 'gu-' or 'kwa-') was the royal kraal of Shaka Zulu, and as such was the capital of the early Zulu empire.
Bulelani T Ngcuka (pronounced; born 2 May 1954) was the first national Director of Public Prosecutions in South Africa, and is the husband of former Deputy President of South Africa Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.
The Bulls, for sponsorship reasons known as the Vodacom Bulls, are a South African rugby union team competing in the Super Rugby competition.
Bungee jumping (also spelled "bungy" jumping, which is the usual spelling in New Zealand and several other countries) is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord.
Bunny chow, often referred to as a bunny, is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry.
Burger Lambrechts (born 3 April 1973 in Phalaborwa) is a South African shot putter.
Burman Bush is a nature reserve in Morningside, Durban, situated some 8 km north of the CBD.
Burn the Floor is a live dance show which has performed around the world, including on Broadway in New York City and the West End in London.
Busi Mhlongo (28 October 1947 – 15 June 2010), born as Victoria Busisiwe Mhlongo, was a virtuoso singer, dancer and composer originally from Inanda in Natal, South Africa.
The busiest airports by continent is based on the busiest airports in all continents except Antarctica and Oceania.
Busiswa Gqulu (born January 16, 1983), known professionally as Busiswa or Busi is a South African singer-songwriter and poet, born in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa, although she has mostly lived in Durban.
Andrew David "Butch" James (born 8 January 1979) is a former South African rugby union player who represented 40 times and was a member of the team that won the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
Lwandile Dominic Nkanyuza (born 30 June, 1995), known professionally as ByLwansta, is a South African rapper, record producer, multimedia and graphic designer.
The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) connects 90 of the world’s greatest cities, representing 650+ million people and one quarter of the global economy.
Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (born 27 March 1981), commonly known as Cacau, is a retired footballer who played as a striker.
The Cagni or Ammiraglio Cagni class was a class of submarines built for Italy's Regia Marina during World War II.
Callopatiria granifera, the red starfish, is a southern African species of starfish in the family Asterinidae.
Caltex is a petroleum brand name of Chevron Corporation used in more than 60 countries in the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East, and Southern Africa.
Calum Forrester (born 3 October 1986) is a professional Scottish rugby player who played for Scottish side the Glasgow Warriors.
Calvin Miles Dickinson (born 3 November 1996) is a South African born English cricketer who plays for Hampshire County Cricket Club.
Calvin Savage (born 4 January 1993) is a South African first-class cricketer who plays for the KwaZulu-Natal Inland.
Cameron Scott Delport (born 12 May 1989) is a South African cricketer who plays for the Dolphins.
Cameron Platter (born July 27, 1978) is a Cape Town and Durban, South Africa-based contemporary visual artist.
Camp Mulla is an alternative hip hop group originating from and based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Camperdown is a settlement in Umgungundlovu District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Campinas (Plains or Meadows) is a Brazilian municipality in São Paulo State, part of the country's Southeast Region.
The following is a list of all results of the Canada men's national soccer team.
Canal Walk is a shopping centre in Cape Town, South Africa, that opened in 2000 and was built around a canal.
Candice Boucher (born 17 October 1983) is a South African model.
Candice Susan Swanepoel (born 20 October 1988) is a South African supermodel and philanthropist, best known for her work with Victoria's Secret.
The Canonesses of St.
Cantharidus bisculptus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae.
The Cape Fold Belt is a fold and thrust belt of late Paleozoic age, which affected the sequence of sedimentary rock layers of the Cape Supergroup in the southwestern corner of South Africa.
Cape Town (Kaapstad,; Xhosa: iKapa) is a coastal city in South Africa.
Cape Town International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Cape Town, and is the second-busiest airport in South Africa and third-busiest in Africa.
Cape Town railway station is the main railway station of the city of Cape Town, South Africa.
The Cape Verde national football team, nicknamed either the Tubarões Azuis (Blue Sharks) or Crioulos (Creoles), is the national team of Cape Verde and is controlled by the Cape Verdean Football Federation.
This is a list of the Cape Verde national football team results from 2000 to the present day.
CAPRISA ("Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa") is the name of an AIDS research center based in Durban, South Africa.
CAPRISA 004 is the name of a clinical trial conducted by CAPRISA.
Captain Stu is a South African ska band.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) (or carbon capture and sequestration or carbon control and sequestration) is the process of capturing waste carbon dioxide from large point sources, such as fossil fuel power plants, transporting it to a storage site, and depositing it where it will not enter the atmosphere, normally an underground geological formation.
Carel Frederick Kirstein Greeff (born 20 May 1990) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with Italian National Championship of Excellence side I Medicei.
Carina Horn (born 9 March 1989) is a South African sprinter.
Carl Bezuidenhout (born 10 February 1986 in Grahamstown) is a former South African rugby union footballer.
Carles Puyol Saforcada (born 13 April 1978) is a Spanish retired professional footballer.
Carlos James Spencer (born 14 October 1975) is a former New Zealand rugby union footballer and most recently the head coach of the.
A long-time labour and social justice activist, Carol Wall (born) ran for the presidency of the Canadian Labour Congress in 2005, gaining 37% of the popular vote in spite of being blocked from many union caucuses and unions directing their members to vote against her, while running against incumbent Ken Georgetti.
The Carpe Diem Tour was a headlining concert tour by American recording artist Chris Brown, in support of his fifth studio album Fortune.
Carrier Strike Group Twelve (CSG-12 or CARSTRKGRU 12) is one of four U.S. Navy carrier strike groups currently assigned to the United States Fleet Forces Command.
Carte Blanche is a James Bond novel written by Jeffery Deaver.
Carvin H. Goldstone (born 19 May 1984, in Durban) is a South African comedian, and two time Comedy Show winner.
Casa Alianza is an international non-profit organization and the Latin American branch of Covenant House.
Caspar Richard George Lee (born 24 April 1994) is a British-South African YouTube personality, vlogger, actor and entrepreneur.
Cassandra Jayne Harris (born 4 January 1982) is a South African born tech investor, business angel investor Spring arrives for start-up ventures, TechCity Insider http://www.techcityinsider.net/spring-arrives-for-startup-ventures/ and founder of international venture development studio Venturespring.
Castle Kyalami (also referred to as Kyalami Castle) is a castle located in Kyalami in the province of Gauteng, north of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Cathcart William Methven FRSE (24 September 1849 Edinburgh – 30 August 1925 Pietermaritzburg) was Engineer-in-Chief at Greenock on the Clyde, and appointed in 1888 as Harbour Engineer in Durban.
Cato Blue is an informal term describing a New Zealand railway locomotive livery (resulting from the combination of blue, grey and yellow in the colour scheme) found in common usage amongst the railfan community.
Cato Manor is a working-class area located seven kilometers from the city centre of Durban, South Africa.
Cato Ridge is a town near Durban in the Natal province of South Africa.
Causus defilippii is a species of venomous snake in the family Viperidae.
Cecil Aronowitz (4 March 19167 September 1978) was a British viola player, a founding member of the Melos Ensemble, a leading chamber musician and an influential teacher at the Royal College of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music.
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Cecil Burney, 1st Baronet, (15 May 1858 – 5 June 1929) was a Royal Navy officer.
Cecil Fairfax Goodricke (1883–1944) was a sailor from South Africa, who represented his country at the 1932 Summer Olympics in the Snowbird as well as in the Star in Los Angeles, US.
Cecil Williams (1909–1979) was an English-South African theatre director and anti-apartheid activist.
Celtis mildbraedii is a species of forest tree in the Cannabaceae family.
A cenotaph is an empty tomb or a monument erected in honour of a person or group of people whose remains are elsewhere.
The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) is a non-profit scientific research organization that conducts research on the use and management of forests with a focus on tropical forests in developing countries.
Central African Airways (CAA) was a supranational airline corporation serving as flag carrier for Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland (respectively the present day countries of Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi), which were organised as Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland from 1953 to 1963.
A central business district (CBD) is the commercial and business centre of a city.
The short alfonsino (Centroberyx spinoffs) is a species of ray-finned fish.
The Cape Government Railways 2-6-0ST of 1902 was a South African steam locomotive from the pre-Union era in the Cape of Good Hope.
Chad Guy Bertrand le Clos, OIS (born 12 April 1992) is a South African competitive swimmer who is an Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games champion as well as the Commonwealth record holder in the 50 and 100-metre butterfly.
Chala Beyo Techo (born 18 January 1996) is an Ethiopian long-distance runner who specialises in the 3000 metres steeplechase.
Chanel Simmonds (born 10 August 1992 in Kempton Park) is a tennis player from South Africa.
Chanelle Scheepers (born 13 March 1984) is a retired South African professional tennis player.
Charl Francois 'KP' du Plessis (born 8 April 1987) is a former South African rugby union player that played domestically for the,, and the and also played Super Rugby with the, making a total of 81 first class appearances between 2008 and 2014.
Charlene, Princess of Monaco (née Charlene Lynette Wittstock; French: Charlène;Since her marriage, her name has been Gallicised by adding a grave accent to her name in French documents. born 25 January 1978) is a former Olympic swimmer for South Africa and wife of Prince Albert II.
Sir Charles Augustus Hartley KCMG FRSE MICE (3 February 1825 – 20 February 1915) was an eminent British civil engineer in the Victorian era.
Charles Sydney Barlow (10 May 1905 – 1 June 1979) was a cricketer who made two first-class appearances for Somerset County Cricket Club in 1925 and 1926.
Charles Chubb (31 December 1851 – 25 June 1924) was a British ornithologist.
Charles Edward Burton (16 September 1846 - 9th July 1882) was a British-born Irish astronomer.
Charles Ernest Peers (1875, Belfast, Northern Ireland – 1944, Higgovale, Cape Town, South Africa) was a South African artist.
Charles Etienne Boniface (2 February 1787 – 10 December 1853) was an early nineteenth century music teacher, playwright, journalist and polyglot who was born in France, but who spent his adult life in Southern Africa.
Charles Evenden, soldier, cartoonist, and author, is probably best remembered as the founder and guiding inspiration of the ex-servicemen organisation known as the Memorable Order of Tin Hats.
Sir Charles Bullen Hugh Mitchell (1836 – 7 December 1899) was a lieutenant-colonel in the Royal Marines, before joining the Colonial Service, in which he served in British Honduras, British Guiana, Natal.
Charles Ormerod Cato 'Ormy' Pearse (10 October 1884, in Pietermaritzburg, Natal – 7 May 1953, in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in 3 Tests from 1910 to 1911.
Charles Roger Radebe (born 16 December 1995 in Oudtshoorn, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player who most recently playing for the.
Charles Rawden Maclean, also known as "John Ross", was born on 17 August 1815 in Fraserburgh and died 13 August 1880 at sea on the RMS Larne while en route to Southampton.
Charles George "Charlie" Macartney (27 June 1886 – 9 September 1958) was an Australian cricketer who played in 35 Tests between 1907 and 1926.
Charlotte Makgomo (née Mannya) Maxeke (7 April 1874 – 16 October 1939) was a South African religious leader, social worker and political activist.
Charmaine Gale-Weavers (born 27 February 1964) is a South African retired athlete who specialised in the high jump.
Chatsworth Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Durban, South Africa.
Chatsworth is a large formerly Indian township created by the apartheid government in the 1950s to segregate the predominantly Indian population and create a buffer between the white suburbs to the north and the black townships to the south.
Appearances of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara (1928–1967) in popular culture are common throughout the world.
Cheick Fantamady Diarra (born 11 February 1992) is a Malian football player who plays for Tours FC in Ligue 2.
The Chennai Super Kings were one of the eight teams that took part in the 2009 Indian Premier League.
The Chennai Super Kings were one of the eight teams that took part in the 2010 Indian Premier League.
The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is a franchise cricket team based in Chennai, India, which plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The Cauvery Derby, also called the South Indian Derby, Namma Derby and the El Clasico of IPL is a sports rivalry between the cricket teams of Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The Chess World Cup 2017 was a 128-player single-elimination chess tournament, held in Tbilisi, Georgia, from 2 to 27 September 2017.
Chesterville is a town in eThekwini in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Chicago, officially the City of Chicago, is the third most populous city in the United States, after New York City and Los Angeles.
Chidi Okezie (born August 8, 1993) is a US-born sprinter of Nigerian and Jamaican descent.
Childline South Africa is a non-profit organisation which works to protect children from violence and further the culture of children's rights in South Africa.
Mahlatse Chiliboy Ralepelle (born 11 September 1986 in Tzaneen, South Africa), is a rugby union player for the South Africa national team and for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup.
Chima Ugwu (born 19 July 1973 in Enugu) is a Nigerian shot putter.
Chimurenga is a publication of arts, culture and politics from and about Africa and its diasporas, founded and edited by Ntone Edjabe.
The number of Chinese people in Namibia has grown tremendously since independence.
Chinese South Africans are overseas Chinese who reside in South Africa, including those whose ancestors came to South Africa in the early 20th century until Chinese immigration was banned under the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1904, Taiwanese industrialists who arrived in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s, and post-apartheid immigrants to South Africa (predominantly from mainland China), who now outnumber locally-born Chinese South Africans.
The Chinese Taipei national korfball team is managed by the Chinese Taipei Korfball Association (CTKA), representing Taiwan in korfball international competitions.
Chloe-Lesleigh Tryon (born 25 January 1994), is a South Africa cricketer.
Christopher John Adams (born 6 May 1970) is a former English first-class cricketer who briefly represented his nation at Test and One Day International level.
Chris Alcock (born 24 June 1988 in Durban, South Africa) is a rugby union footballer.
Christopher Anthony Cloete (born) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the Irish Pro14 side Munster.
Christopher James "Chris" Green (born 1 October 1993) is a South African-born Australian cricketer.
Christiaan ("Chris") Harmse (born 31 May 1973) is a South African hammer thrower.
Christopher Murray Paul-Huhne (born 2 July 1954), known as Chris Huhne, is an energy and climate change consultant and formerly a British journalist and politician who was the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Eastleigh from 2005 to 2013 and the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change from 2010 to 2012.
Chris Letcher is a South African singer-songwriter and film composer based in London and Johannesburg.
Christopher Ian Micklewood (born 14 March 1987 in Westville, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) is a former rugby union player.
Chris Reeve is a South African-American knife maker, recognized as one of the most influential people in knife making history.
Chris Reeve Knives is an American knife manufacturing corporation with international sales and distribution headquartered in Boise, Idaho, that designs, develops, and sells folding pocket knives and fixed-blade knives.
Christopher Lyall Smith (born 15 October 1958) was a cricketer for Hampshire and England.
Christopher Machiel van Zyl (born 12 July 1986 in Cape Town) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby.
The Christadelphians are a millenarian Christian group who hold a view of Biblical Unitarianism.
Christensen Canadian African Lines (CCAL) was a Norwegian cargo shipping company that traded between Canada and Africa between 1948 and 2000.
Christiaan Pieter de Bruin (born in Centurion, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, who most recently played with the in domestic rugby.
Christiaan Nagel is a British street artist known for his oversized mushroom sculptures made from polyurethane which he places high up on buildings.
Christian Ferdinand Friedrich Krauss (Stuttgart, 9 July 1812 - 15 September 1890), was a German scientist, traveller and collector.
Christian Reformed Church in South Africa is a confessional Reformed Presbyterian denomination in South Africa.
Christine Botlogetswe (born 1 October 1995) is a sprinter from Botswana who competes primarily in the 400 metres.
Christine Joy Maggiore (July 25, 1956 – December 27, 2008) was an HIV-positive activist and promoter of AIDS denialism (the belief that HIV is not the cause of AIDS).
Christine Platt (born c. 1953) is the president of the Commonwealth Association of Planners, and past president of the South African Planning Institute.
Christopher Rajendran Hyman CBE (born 5 July 1963 in Durban, South Africa) was chief executive (CEO) of Serco Group plc from 2002 to October 2013.
Christopher Koskei (also written Kosgei, born 14 August 1974) is a Kenyan runner who specialized in the 3000 metres steeplechase.
Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee (27 May 1922 – 7 June 2015) was an English character actor, singer, and author.
The cinema of South Africa refers to the films and film industry of the nation of South Africa.
A Cistercian is a member of the Cistercian Order (abbreviated as OCist, SOCist ((Sacer) Ordo Cisterciensis), or ‘’’OCSO’’’ (Ordo Cisterciensis Strictioris Observantiae), which are religious orders of monks and nuns. They are also known as “Trappists”; as Bernardines, after the highly influential St. Bernard of Clairvaux (though that term is also used of the Franciscan Order in Poland and Lithuania); or as White Monks, in reference to the colour of the "cuccula" or white choir robe worn by the Cistercians over their habits, as opposed to the black cuccula worn by Benedictine monks. The original emphasis of Cistercian life was on manual labour and self-sufficiency, and many abbeys have traditionally supported themselves through activities such as agriculture and brewing ales. Over the centuries, however, education and academic pursuits came to dominate the life of many monasteries. A reform movement seeking to restore the simpler lifestyle of the original Cistercians began in 17th-century France at La Trappe Abbey, leading eventually to the Holy See’s reorganization in 1892 of reformed houses into a single order Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (OCSO), commonly called the Trappists. Cistercians who did not observe these reforms became known as the Cistercians of the Original Observance. The term Cistercian (French Cistercien), derives from Cistercium, the Latin name for the village of Cîteaux, near Dijon in eastern France. It was in this village that a group of Benedictine monks from the monastery of Molesme founded Cîteaux Abbey in 1098, with the goal of following more closely the Rule of Saint Benedict. The best known of them were Robert of Molesme, Alberic of Cîteaux and the English monk Stephen Harding, who were the first three abbots. Bernard of Clairvaux entered the monastery in the early 1110s with 30 companions and helped the rapid proliferation of the order. By the end of the 12th century, the order had spread throughout France and into England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Eastern Europe. The keynote of Cistercian life was a return to literal observance of the Rule of St Benedict. Rejecting the developments the Benedictines had undergone, the monks tried to replicate monastic life exactly as it had been in Saint Benedict's time; indeed in various points they went beyond it in austerity. The most striking feature in the reform was the return to manual labour, especially agricultural work in the fields, a special characteristic of Cistercian life. Cistercian architecture is considered one of the most beautiful styles of medieval architecture. Additionally, in relation to fields such as agriculture, hydraulic engineering and metallurgy, the Cistercians became the main force of technological diffusion in medieval Europe. The Cistercians were adversely affected in England by the Protestant Reformation, the Dissolution of the Monasteries under King Henry VIII, the French Revolution in continental Europe, and the revolutions of the 18th century, but some survived and the order recovered in the 19th century.
City Deep is an industrial suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa.
City of Golden Shadow is the first book in Tad Williams' Otherland series.
The City of Leeds is a local government district of West Yorkshire, England, governed by Leeds City Council, with the status of a city and metropolitan borough.
UNESCO's City of Literature programme is part of a wider Creative Cities Network which was launched in 2004 and is currently made up of 180 UNESCO Creative Cities globally.
City Oval (formerly Alexandra Park and sometimes called the Pietermaritzburg Oval), is a multi-purpose stadium in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
Christiaan Johan 'CJ' Stander (born 5 April 1990) is a South African born rugby union player, who represents Ireland after qualifying through residency.
Claire Dorothea Taylor Palley OBE (born 17 February 1931) is a South African academic and lawyer who specialises in constitutional and human rights law.
Clairwood Shree Siva Soobramoniar Temple, also known as C.S.S.S.T, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Muruga, located in Clairwood in Durban.
The Clan Line was a passenger and cargo shipping company that operated in one incarnation or another from the late nineteenth century and into the twentieth century.
Clarence Munyai (born 20 February 1998) is a South African sprinter.
Clarence Winston Oldfield (27 November 1899 in Durban – 14 December 1981) was a South African athlete who competed mainly in the 400 metres.
Clarence Victor "Clarrie" Grimmett (25 December 1891 – 2 May 1980) was a cricketer; although born in New Zealand, he played most of his cricket in Australia.
Claude Pagdett Carter, sometimes known as Claude Paget Carter (23 April 1881 in Durban, Natal – 8 November 1952 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in 10 Tests from 1912 to 1924.
Claudia Heunis (née Viljoen; born 1 May 1989) is a South African track and field athlete who competes in the 100 metres hurdles.
Clem Tholet (1948 – 6 October 2004) was a Rhodesian folk singer who became popular in the 1970s for his Rhodesian patriotic songs.
Clermont is a township of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Clifford Gladwin (1916–1988) was an English first-class cricketer who played for Derbyshire from 1939 to 1958 and in eight Tests for England from 1947 to 1949.
Clifton Preparatory School, Nottingham Road is a private, co-educational boarding school located in the Nottingham Road area of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands in South Africa.
Clifton School is an independent day school for boys located in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, in the Republic of South Africa.
Climate justice is a term used for framing global warming as an ethical and political issue, rather than one that is purely environmental or physical in nature.
The climate of South Africa is determined by South Africa's situation between 22°S and 35°S, in the Southern Hemisphere's subtropical zone, and its location between two oceans, Atlantic and Indian.
The Climatic Research Unit email controversy (also known as "Climategate") began in November 2009 with the hacking of a server at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) by an external attacker, copying thousands of emails and computer files, the Climatic Research Unit documents, to various internet locations several weeks before the Copenhagen Summit on climate change.
Clinton Larsen (born 17 February 1971 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African former football player and current head coach of Golden Arrows in the Premier Soccer League.
Clinton Marius (born 20 August 1966 in Pietermaritzburg) is a South African writer and performer.
Clinton Marsh (born 19 January 1972) is a former professional tennis player from South Africa.
The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race is a sailing race around the world in 8 legs, with trained amateur crew members.
Clive William Barker (born 23 June 1944 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African football coach.
The Clive Cheesman Nature Reserve is a protected area of riverine forest and grassland in the suburb of Kloof, Durban, South Africa.
Clive Gray Halse (28 February 1935 in Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal – 28 May 2002 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in three Tests in 1964.
The Close Encounters Tour was a concert tour by British recording artist, Robbie Williams.
Clyde Rathbone (born 23 July 1981 in Durban, South Africa), nicknamed "Rattlebones", is an Australian rugby union player.
Jacobus Meyer Reinach (born 7 February 1990) is a South African international rugby union footballer.
Cody Chetty (born 28 June 1991) is a South African first-class cricketer who plays for the Dolphins cricket team.
Coffee Bay (Koffiebaai) is a small town situated on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
Colenso is a town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Colin Grzanna is a German international rugby union player, playing for the Berliner RC in the Rugby-Bundesliga and the German national rugby union team.
Colin Munro (born 11 March 1987) is a South-African born New Zealand international cricketer, who plays limited overs formats of the game.
Colin "Tich" Wesley (born 5 September 1937 in Durban, Natal) is a former South African cricketer who played in three Tests in 1960.
The Colleges of Medicine of South Africa (CMSA) is the custodian of the quality of medical care in South Africa.
The Colony of Natal was a British colony in south-eastern Africa.
Comair Limited is an airline based in South Africa that operates scheduled services on domestic routes as a British Airways franchisee (and an affiliate member of the Oneworld airline alliance).
The common minke whale or northern minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) is a species of minke whale within the suborder of baleen whales.
The Commonwealth Games are an international multi-sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations.
The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM; or) is a biennial summit meeting of the heads of government from all Commonwealth nations.
The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 1999 was the sixteenth Meeting of the Heads of Government of the Commonwealth of Nations.
The Commonwealth Pool Lifesaving Championships is an international event where swimmers from around the Commonwealth take part in lifesaving sport events.
The NJ class are a class of diesel locomotive built by Clyde Engineering, Granville for the Commonwealth Railways for use on the Central Australia Railway in 1971.
The Communist Party of Canada fielded several candidates in the 1979 federal election, none of whom were elected.
The Comrades Marathon is an ultramarathon of approximately 89 km (approx. 55 miles) which is run annually in the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa between the cities of Durban and Pietermaritzburg.
Conor Matthew Mccreedy (born 11 February 1987) in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Conrad Fritz Hoffmann (born 9 November 1987 in Worcester, Western Cape) is a South African rugby union player, who most recently played with the.
Conrad Hugo Penny (born 31 May 1951) is a South African property broker and property valuer who has worked for Penny Brothers Brokers & Valuers for over forty seven years.
Conservation refugees are people, usually indigenous, who are displaced from their native lands when conservation areas are created, such as parks and other protected areas.
The Continental Safari Tour was a worldwide concert tour by rock band ZZ Top.
Convoy Faith was a small, fast Allied convoy of World War II.
Colonel Sir Walter Coote Hedley (12 December 1865 – 27 December 1937) was a British Army officer who began his career in the Royal Engineers and later moved into military intelligence.
Cephalopholis miniata, known commonly as the coral hind, is a species of marine fish in the family Serranidae.
Corbin Bosch (born 10 September 1997) is a South African cricketer.
Cornal Hendricks (born 18 April 1988) is a South African rugby union player.
Cornelius Petrus Johannes "Corné" Krige (born 21 March 1975) is a retired South African rugby union player.
Cornubia City is a new mixed-use development which broke ground in 2012, north of Durban, South Africa between Phoenix, Ottawa and Umhlanga.
Cornelius Johannes "Corrie" Sanders (7 January 1966 – 23 September 2012) was a South African professional boxer who competed from 1989 to 2008.
Cosmas Desmond (19 November 1935, London - 31 March 2012, Durban) was a Catholic priest, an activist and an author who lived in England and South Africa.
This article lists the countries affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and the resulting tsunami in alphabetical order – for detailed information about each country affected by the earthquake and tsunami, see their individual articles.
The courts of South Africa are the civil and criminal courts responsible for the administration of justice in South Africa.
Covenant Voices is a South African mass gospel choir with traditional Zulu, jazz, R&B and contemporary music influences.
Four South African alleged arms smugglers were arrested by HM Customs & Excise officers in Coventry in March 1984 and charged with conspiring to export arms from Britain to apartheid South Africa in contravention of the mandatory UN arms embargo.
Google Street View was first introduced in the United States on May 25, 2007, and until November 26, 2008, featured camera icon markers, each representing at least one major city or area (such as a park), and usually the other nearby cities, towns, suburbs, and parks.
Cowies Hill is a small upmarket residential suburb of Pinetown in Durban, South Africa.
Coz Ov Moni 2 (FOKN Revenge) - The World's 2nd 1st Pidgin Musical is a 2013 musical film produced by the FOKN BOIS and directed by independent Ghanaian filmmaker King Luu.
Craig Jonathan Barnsley (born 28 February 1983) is a South African born Welsh cricketer.
Craig Burden (born 13 May 1985 in Durban, South Africa) is a rugby union player for Stade Français in the French Top 14 competition.
Craig Paul Joubert (born 8 November 1977) is a South African professional rugby union referee and a Referee Talent Development Coach at World Rugby.
Craig Russell Matthews (born 15 February 1965) is a former South African cricketer who played in eighteen Tests and fifty six ODIs from 1991 to 1997.
Craig Tiley (born c. 1962) is a South African tennis executive and retired American college tennis coach.
The "Crash! Boom! Bang! World Tour" was the fourth concert tour by Swedish pop music duo Roxette, launched in support of their fifth studio album Crash! Boom! Bang! (1994).
The Craven Week is an annual rugby union tournament organised for schoolboys in the Republic of South Africa.
Crawford College, Durban was an alternative, independent school in Glenmore in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Crawford College, La Lucia is a school in La Lucia, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Crawford College, North Coast is an alternative, independent school between Ballito and Umdloti in the North Coast of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Creve Armando Machava (born 8 February 1996) is a Mozambican athlete specialising in the 400 metres hurdles.
Cristiano Morgado (born 27 August 1979 in Johannesburg) is a South African race car driver of Portuguese descent residing in Durban, South Africa.
Critical psychology is a perspective on psychology that draws extensively on critical theory.
Cromwell Everson (28 September 1925 – 11 June 1991) was primarily known as a composer during his lifetime.
Crossingpoint was a South African-based Metalcore band, formed in 1998.
In 1923–24, and the Special Service Squadron sailed around the world on The Empire Cruise, making many ports of call in the countries which had fought together during the First World War.
The CSA Provincial Competitions are three South African domestic cricket competitions run by Cricket South Africa (CSA).
The CTI Education Group (CTI) is a registered, private higher education institution in South Africa.
Culture II is the third studio album by American hip hop trio Migos.
The culture of South Africa is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity.
The Currie Cup tournament is South Africa's premier domestic rugby union competition, played each winter and spring (June to October), featuring teams representing either entire provinces or substantial regions within provinces.
Curry (sometimes, plural curries) is an umbrella term referring to a number of dishes originating in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent.
Curwin Dominique Bosch (born 25 June 1997) is a South African rugby union player for the South Africa national team and for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup and the in the Rugby Challenge.
Cynoglossus attenuatus, commonly known as the Fourline tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.
Cyril James Cusack (26 November 1910 – 7 October 1993) was an Irish actor, who appeared in numerous films and television productions in a career lasting more than 70 years.
Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa (born 17 November 1952) is a South African politician and, since 15 February 2018, the fifth and current President of South Africa.
Cyril Deason Robinson (18 July 1873 – 25 August 1948) was a South African and English cricketer.
Cythera, a steel ketch, designed and built single-handedly by Peter A. Fenton, was the first subject of modern-day piracy in Australian history and set a legal precedent to laws in effect from 1858.
The Czech Republic Fed Cup team is the representative national team of the Czech Republic in Fed Cup competition.
Daejeon is South Korea's fifth-largest metropolis.
The Daily News is a daily newspaper owned by Independent News & Media SA and published every weekday afternoon in Durban, South Africa.
Daisy Louisa C. De Melker (née Hancorn-Smith; 1 June 1886 – 30 December 1932) simply known as Daisy de Melker, was a trained nurse who poisoned two husbands with strychnine for their life insurance while living in Germiston in the central Transvaal (now Gauteng), and then poisoned her only son with arsenic for reasons which are still unclear.
Dale Martin Benkenstein (born 9 June 1974) is a former South African cricketer and all-rounder and was first-team coach at Hampshire.
Dale Michael Chadwick (born 20 June 1989) is a South African rugby union footballer.
Dale Willem Steyn (born 27 June 1983) is a South African cricketer who plays in Tests, T20 Internationals and One Day International cricket for South Africa.
Dale Studzinski (born 6 August 1979 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a retired South African football striker.
Dalton Parry "Conky" Conyngham (10 May 1897 – 7 July 1979) was a South African cricketer who played in one Test match in 1923.
Damelin is a private college, with 17 campuses, owned by Educor (the Education Investment Corporation Limited) group.
Damian Mori (born 30 September 1970) is an Australian former football (soccer) player who plays as a player/manager at Adelaide City in the South Australian Super League.
Damian Penaud (born 25 September 1996) is a French rugby union player.
Damian Willemse (born) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby.
Daniel Francis "Dan" Croll (born 18 July 1990) is a British singer-songwriter born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England.
Daniel du Preez (born 5 August 1995 in Durban, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the South Africa national team and for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup.
Daniel Taylor (9 January 1887 in Durban, Natal – 24 January 1957 in Durban) was a South African cricketer who played in two Tests in 1914.
Daniel Joseph Vickerman (4 June 1979 – 18 February 2017) was a professional rugby union player.
Daniel Wyman is an American musician, educator, and composer for film & television.
Dance4life is an international youth initiative to raise awareness and promote prevention of HIV/AIDS.
Dandré van der Westhuizen (born 6 November 1991 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, who most recently played with the.
Dane Haylett-Petty (born 18 June 1989) is a South African-born Australian rugby union footballer who plays as a fullback or wing for the Melbourne Rebels in his home country and Tokyo Shokki Shuttles in Japan's Top League.
Danie Brits is a retired South African professional wrestler and former South African Heavyweight Champion, known for his work in many of South Africa's major promotions in the past and for his 1980s stint as The Masked Tornado.
Daniël Hartman Craven (11 October 1910 – 4 January 1993) was a South African rugby union player (1931–38), national coach, national and international rugby administrator, academic, and author.
Hendrik Daniel Petrus Dames (born 7 February 1986 in Koës) is a Namibian international rugby union player, who most recently played with.
Danie Voges (born January 1, 1954) is a retired South African professional wrestler who is a former 2-time South African Heavyweight Champion.
Daniel Bell (born 31 August 1984) is an Australian swimmer born in American Samoa, who has won five Paralympic medals from 2000 to 2008.
Daniel de Faria Dias (born 24 May 1988) is a Brazilian Paralympic swimmer.
Daniel Hope (born 17 August 1973, Durban, South Africa) is a British-Irish classical violinist.
Daniel Hourcade (born San Miguel de Tucumán, 1958) is an Argentine rugby union coach and former player.
Danny K (full name Daniel Koppel, born 8 September 1977) is a South African singer, songwriter, and actor.
Danville Park is a green lung of protected coastal lowland forest and wetland in Durban North, South Africa.
Daphney Hlomuka (1949 – 1 October 2008) was a South African television, film, radio and stage actress.
Daren Ganga (born 14 January 1979) is a former West Indian cricketer of Indian descent.
A Dargah (درگاه dargâh or درگه dargah, also in Urdu) is a shrine built over the grave of a revered religious figure, often a Sufi saint or dervish.
Darius Brubeck is an American jazz keyboardist and educator.
Darius Mfana Temba Dhlomo (9 August 1931 – 13 June 2015 in Enschede) was a South African footballer, boxer, musician and a political activist.
Darnton Charles Davey (7 July 1856 – 7 October 1911) was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Natal from 1889 to 1898.
Darragh Morgan was born in Belfast in 1974.
Darren "Whackhead" Simpson (born 19 April 1977) is a radio presenter working for Primedia, a broadcasting company that broadcasts 94.7 Highveld Stereo and 94.5 Kfm in South Africa (among others).
Darryn Smith (born 2 August 1975 in Durban) is a South African baseball pitcher.
The Darul Uloom Deoband In Urdu language(دارلعلوم دیوبند)is the Darul uloom Islamic school in India where the Deobandi Islamic movement began.
Daryn Miles Dupavillon (born 15 July 1994) is a South African cricketer who represents KwaZulu-Natal and Dolphins.
Daryn Smit (born 28 January 1984) is a South African cricketer and former captain for the Dolphins.
David Gallaher (30October 1873 – 4October 1917) was an Irish-born New Zealand rugby union footballer best remembered as the captain of the "Original All Blacks"—the 1905–06 New Zealand national team, the first representative New Zealand side to tour the British Isles.
David Lynton Orchard (born 24 June 1948) is South African former first-class cricketer, and former international umpire who stood in 44 Tests and 107 One-Day Internationals.
David George Reynolds (12 February 1972) is an award-winning South African composer and multi-instrumentalist whose tour de force centers on the steelpans.
Edmund David "Dave" Underwood (15 March 1928 – 25 January 1989) was an English footballer.
Dave van Vuuren (born 1990, Westville, Durban, South Africa) is the South African winner of the seventh season in of South African ''Idols'' after a close public vote in the finale held on 4 October 2011, with Van Vuuren getting 50.49% of the votes, against 49.51% for the other finalist and eventual runner-up Mark Haze.
David Adams (born 5 January 1970) is a former professional tennis player from South Africa.
David Vincent Leslie Ames (born 25 June 1989) is a British international field hockey player who plays as a midfielder for England and Great Britain.
David Bateson (born 9 February 1960) is a South African actor, voice actor and comedian best known for providing the voice of Agent 47, the protagonist of IO Interactive's video game series Hitman.
General Sir David Graham Muschet "Soarer" Campbell (28 January 1869 – 12 March 1936) was a cavalry officer of the British Army, amateur sportsman, and later Governor of Malta.
David Drew (30 March 1919 – 12 May 1976) was a South African cricket umpire.
David Dubery (Durban, 1948) is a South-African born British composer, pianist, vocal coach and academic.
David Goldblatt (29 November 1930 – 25 June 2018) was a South African photographer noted for his portrayal of South Africa during the period of apartheid and more recently that country's landscapes.
David John Dodds (born in 1930 in Sunderland, County Durham, in North East England) is a retired marathoner and jockey.
David Gerald Littman (4 July 1933 – 20 May 2012) was a British human rights activist best known for organising the departure of Jewish children from Morocco when he was 28.
David Nainkin (born 20 September 1970) is a former professional tennis player from South Africa.
David Staniforth (born April 5, 1976 in Durban) is a field hockey goalkeeper from South Africa, who was a member of the national squad that finished tenth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
David Velázquez Fernández is a Mexican surgeon and researcher attached to the Endocrine Surgery and Advanced Laparoscopy at the Department of Surgery of the Salvador Zubirán National Institute of Health Sciences and Nutrition and with the Clinic of Nutrition, Obesity and Metabolic Disorders at the ABC Medical Center.
David White (born 22 May 1991) is a South African first-class cricketer who plays for the Warriors cricket team.
The Day of Reconciliation is a public holiday in South Africa held annually on 16 December.
Dénes Lukács (Lukács Dénes; born 25 February 1987 in Eger) is a retired tennis player from Hungary.
De Beer's Pass is located in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
De Wet Kruger (born 18 November 1991 in Randfontein, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Dean Elgar (born 11 June 1987) is a South African cricketer, who plays Tests and ODIs, and a former Test captain.
Dean Furman (born 22 June 1988) is a South African professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for SuperSport United in the Premier Soccer League.
Dean Bradley Hall (born 2 September 1977 in Springs, Gauteng) is a former South African rugby player.
Dean Macpherson is a Member of Parliament in South Africa for the Official Opposition, the Democratic Alliance.
Dean Muir (born 6 February 1989) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Death Drums Along the River (titled Sanders in the USA) is a 1963 British-German international co-production, using the characters from Edgar Wallace's 1911 novel Sanders of the River and Zoltán Korda's 1935 film based on the novel, but placed in a totally different story.
Nqobile Nzuza was a resident in the Marikana Land Occupation in Cato Crest in Durban.
Deborah Poynton (born in 1970) is a South African painter best known for her monumental, hyper-realistic, hyper-detailed, nude portraits, usually of friends and family.
The Deccan Chargers, or Hyderabad Deccan Chargers, known in short as DC, was a cricket franchise based in the city of Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League.
The following events occurred in December 1948.
The following events occurred in December 1961.
The deepwater stingray or giant stingaree (Plesiobatis daviesi) is a species of stingray and the sole member of the family Plesiobatidae.
Defy Appliances is a South African white goods manufacturing company and is the largest manufacturer and distributor of major domestic appliances in southern Africa.
The Delhi Daredevils (DD) are a franchise cricket team based in Delhi, India, which plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The Delhi Daredevils (DD) is a franchise cricket team based in Delhi, India, which plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Delron Sebastian Buckley (born 7 December 1977 in Durban) is a former South African footballer.
Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering NV (in short DEME) is an international group of specialised companies in the field of capital and maintenance dredging, land reclamation, port infrastructure development, offshore related services for the oil & gas industry, farshore windfarm installation, environmental remediation a.o. The group is based in Zwijndrecht, Belgium, and has current operations on the five continents.
A demonym (δῆμος dẽmos "people, tribe", ὄόνομα ónoma "name") is a word that identifies residents or natives of a particular place, which is derived from the name of that particular place.
Deneys Reitz was a large South African law firm based in Sandton, Johannesburg with offices in Cape Town and Durban.
Denia Mazzola - Gavazzeni, is an operatic soprano, born 4 February 1953 in Bottanuco, Italy.
Denis Gem Shepstone KStJ (7 February 1888 – 30 June 1966) was a South African politician.
Denis Eugene Hurley O.M.I. (9 November 1915 – 13 February 2004) was the South African Roman Catholic Vicar Apostolic of Natal and Bishop, and later Archbishop of Durban, from 1946 until 1992.
Denis Victor Shore (24 May 1915 – 4 April 1963) was a South African athlete who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics, the 1938 British Empire Games, and the 1948 Summer Olympics.
Denis Stanley Tomlinson (4 September 1910 – 11 July 1993) was a Rhodesian cricketer who played in one Test for South Africa in 1935.
Dennis Victor Dyer (2 May 1914 – 16 June 1990) was a South African cricketer who played in 3 Tests in 1947.
Dennis Smith (born 26 November 1971) is a South African former first-class cricketer.
Dennis Visser (born in Benoni, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Pro14, the in the Currie Cup and the in the Rugby Challenge.
There are a number of professional degrees in dentistry offered by dental schools in various countries around the world.
Deon Kayser (born Uitenhage, 3 July 1970) is a South African former rugby union player and current coach.
The Department of Mineral Resources is a department of the national government of South Africa which is responsible for overseeing the mining industry of South Africa and the exploitation of the country's mineral resources.
The Deputy President of South Africa is the deputy head of government of South Africa.
Dereck Frank Dowling (25 May 1914 – 30 May 2003) was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1937 to 1954.
Derek Hudson Burney, OC (born 1939) is a Canadian communication's executive.
Derek James (born 28 September 1960) is a South African professional golfer currently playing on the Sunshine Tour.
Derek Smethurst (born 24 October 1947 in Durban) is a retired South African soccer forward who played professionally in South Africa, England and the United States.
George Derek Varnals (born 24 July 1935 in Durban, Natal) is a former South African cricketer who played in three Tests in the 1964-65 season.
Derrick Spencer (born May 10, 1982 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African football (soccer) player who plays as a defender or midfielder for Bidvest Wits in the Premier Soccer League.
Desmond Tolton "Des" Horne (12 December 1939 – 20 July 2015) was a South African footballer who played as a left-sided winger.
Design Indaba is a trademark and brand founded and run by Interactive Africa in 1995 with a focus on design and under the slogan "A better world through creativity".
Desiré du Plessis (born 20 May 1965) is a South African former track and field athlete who competed in the high jump.
Desmond Bagley (29 October 1923 – 12 April 1983) was a British journalist and novelist principally known for a series of best-selling thrillers.
Desmond Robert Fell (16 December 1912 - 22 January 1992) was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket in for Natal either side of the Second World War, later becoming an umpire.
Desmostachya bipinnata, commonly known in English by the names Halfa grass, big cordgrass, and salt reed-grass, is an Old World perennial grass, long known and used in human history.
Destroyer Squadron 2 is a destroyer squadron of the United States Navy.
Deutsche Luft Hansa A.G. (from 1933 styled as Deutsche Lufthansa and also known as Luft Hansa, Lufthansa, or DLH) was a German airline, serving as flag carrier of the country during the later years of the Weimar Republic and throughout Nazi Germany.
Dexter Seanancy Fahey (born 14 October 1989 in Durban, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the.
Dhayanithie "Dhaya" Pillay (born 5 January 1958 in Durban) is a South African judge of the Labour Court and KwaZulu-Natal High Court.
Dhoom 2 (English: Blast 2, also abbreviated and known as D:2, D2 and Dhoom 2: Back In Action) is a 2006 Indian action thriller film directed by Sanjay Gadhvi and produced by Aditya Chopra and Yash Chopra at an estimated budget of under the Yash Raj Films banner.
Diana Page (born 1965) is a painter, performance and installation artist originally from South Africa but currently residing in Istanbul, Turkey.
Richard Philip "Dick" King (1811-1871) was an English trader and colonist at Port Natal, a British trading station in the region now known as KwaZulu-Natal.
Richard Charles Motz (12 January 1940 – 29 April 2007) was a New Zealand cricketer.
Dieudonné "Dieumerci" Mbokani Bezua (born 22 November 1985 in Kinshasa) is a Congolese professional footballer who plays as a striker.
A digital video recorder (DVR) is an electronic device that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card, SSD or other local or networked mass storage device.
Dillon Sheppard (born 27 February 1979) is a South African football (soccer) left-winger who plays for Premier Soccer League club Bidvest Wits and South Africa.
Dillon Smit (born in Bethal, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby, the in the Currie Cup and the in the Rugby Challenge.
Lokuge Dinesh Chandimal (දිනේෂ් චන්දිමාල්; born 18 November 1989) is a professional Sri Lankan cricketer and the current captain for Sri Lanka in Test cricket, and a former captain in the ODI and T20 formats.
Dinuzulu kaCetshwayo (1868 – 18 October 1913, commonly misspelled Dinizulu) was the king of the Zulu nation from 20 May 1884 until his death in 1913.
The Diocese of Namibia is part of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, which is itself part of the Anglican Communion.
The Diocese of Natal is in the region of Natal, South Africa, the diocese has its northern boundary at the Tugela River.
The distribution of white South Africans is fairly evenly spread.
A district is a type of administrative division that, in some countries, is managed by local government.
The nine provinces of South Africa are divided into 52 districts (sing. district, kgaolo; setereke; selete; distrikte; isifunda; isiyingi; isithili; isigodzi; tshiṱiriki; xifundza), which are either metropolitan or district municipalities.
Distruction Boyz is a Gqom music duo from Durban, South Africa which consists of recording artists and record producers Thobani “Que” Mgobhozi and Zipho “Goldmax” Mthembu.
Deshnie Govender (born 5 April 1985), better known as DJ Roxxi, is a South African DJ, who is one of few Indian female club DJs in South Africa.
Mthokozi Khathi (born 24 August 1976) known by his stage name DJ Tira, is a South African DJ, record producer, Durban kwaito artist and a founder of a record label called Afrotainment.
Djénébou Danté (born 7 August 1989) is a Malian athlete specialising in the sprinting events.
The Dlamini King Brothers are an isicathamiya choir from the Kennedy Road shack settlement in Durban, South Africa.
Theophilus “Doctor” Khumalo (born 26 June 1967 in Soweto), also known as "16 valve", is a retired South African soccer player.
Doha (الدوحة, or ad-Dōḥa) is the capital and most populous city of the State of Qatar.
The Hollywoodbets Dolphins are a franchise cricket team representing the KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa.
Dominik Meffert (born 9 April 1981) is a German professional tennis player.
Donato Francisco Mattera (born 1935), better known as Don Mattera, is a South African poet and author.
Sir Donald Charles McKinnon (born 27 February 1939) is a former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand.
Donald C. Rickard (2 March 1928 – 30 March 2016) was an American diplomat for the State Department and spy for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Doonside is a small coastal resort on the banks of the Little Manzimtoti River in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Gideon "Doppies" la Grange (born 2 December 1981 in Sasolburg, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union footballer that played as a centre between 2003 and 2014.
Doreen Amata (born 6 May 1988 in Lagos, Nigeria) is a female track and field athlete from Nigeria who specialises in the high jump event.
Dorian Holley is an African American musician, backing singer and vocal coach.
Doron Toister (born 16 May 1957) is a Cellist, Pianist, Composer and Classical music arranger.
Dorra Mahfoudhi (born 7 August 1993) is a Tunisian athlete specialising in the pole vault.
Douglas Gordon McGuigan (born 7 August 1970) is a professional golfer from South Africa.
Douglas Kipserem (born 1987) is a Kenyan long-distance runner who competes in the 5000 metres.
Douglas Livingstone (1932–1996) was a South African poet.
Douglas Launcelot Reed (11 March 1895 – 26 August 1976) was a British journalist, playwright, novelist and author of a number of books of political analysis.
Doxa Deo is a multi-site church with locations throughout South Africa, the United Kingdom, Germany, and New Zealand.
DP World was founded in 2005 by merging Dubai Ports Authority and Dubai Ports International.
Dreamteam is a South African hip hop music group consisting of Mthoko Mkhathini, Lusaso Ngcobo and Trevor Sineke, also known as Dash, Saso and Trey respectively.
Hendrina Elizabeth "Drienkie" van Wyk (born 13 January 1971) is a South African woman athlete.
Drillia bruchia is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Drilliidae.
Drisana Levitzke-Gray (born 1993, photographs, Drisana Levitzke-Gray, 4 January 2015, accessed 26 January 2016) is an Australian disability rights campaigner from Perth, Western Australia.
Drummond is a town in eThekwini Metro in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Daniel Johannes 'Duane' Vermeulen (born 3 July 1986) is a rugby union player for the South Africa national team and for Japanese Top League side Kubota Spears, having previously represented the, and in South African domestic rugby, the and in Super Rugby and in the Top 14.
Dube TradePort Corporation, is a business entity of the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government that manages a 3,000ha infrastructure project called the Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone set up to promote local and international trade.
Arthur Dudley Nourse (12 November 1910 – 14 August 1981) was a South African Test cricketer.
Dudu Zondo (born 10 May 1994) is a South African cricketer.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Own Edinburgh Artillery was a part-time reserve unit of Britain's Royal Artillery based in the City of Edinburgh from 1853 to 1909.
Dumisane Hlaselo (born 8 June 1989) is a South African middle-distance runner competing primarily in the 1500 metres.
Carlos Caetano Bledorn Verri (born 31 October 1963 in Ijuí, Rio Grande do Sul), commonly known as Dunga, is a Brazilian football manager and former professional footballer of Italian descent, who played as a defensive midfielder.
Dunlop Rubber was a multinational company involved in the manufacture of various rubber goods.
Durban is a city in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban Academy High School is a bilingual (Afrikaans and English) high school located in Fynnlands, Durban.
Durban Airport can refer to one of two airports.
Durban Art Gallery is a municipal art gallery in Durban, South Africa.
The Durban beach-front bombing took place on Saturday, 14 June 1986 at the "Why Not Magoo's Bar" on the beach-front area of Durban.
The Durban bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games was a rejected bid by Durban, South Africa and South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The Durban Botanic Gardens is situated in the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban City is a former South African association football club based in the city of Durban.
In May 1854 Durban had a population of 1,204 settlers which meant that it qualified to be elevated to the status of a Borough.
Durban Collegians is a sports club based at Kings Park Stadium in Durban, South Africa.
After two unsuccessful bids, Kwa Zulu Cruise Terminals - a joint venture between MSC Cruises and Africa Armada Consortium- finally won the bid in May 2017.
The Durban Declaration is a statement signed by over 5,000 physicians and scientists in the year 2000, affirming that HIV is the cause of AIDS.
Durban Girls' College is an independent boarding and day school for girls, with weekly boarding facilities for high school pupils, located on the Berea, overlooking the city of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban Girls' High School (known to the students of the school as DGHS) is a public high school for girls located in Glenwood, a suburb of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban Harbour's John Milne of 1879 was a South African steam locomotive from the pre-Union era in the Colony of Natal.
Durban High School is an all-boys public school in Durban, South Africa.
The Durban Ice Arena is an multi-purpose complex located in the golden mile of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban Iconic Tower, is a proposed multi-billion Rand skyscraper in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban Industry Climate Change Partnership Project (DICCPP) is a project aimed at facilitating industry response to climate change in the eThekwini Municipality (Durban), South Africa.
Durban International Airport (formerly Louis Botha Airport) was the international airport of Durban from 1951 until 2010, when it was replaced by King Shaka International Airport, to the north.
The Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) is an annual film festival that takes place in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa.
The Durban July Handicap is a South African Thoroughbred horse race held annually on the first Saturday of July since 1897 at Greyville Racecourse in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
The Durban Light Infantry is a Motorised Infantry regiment of the South African Army.
The Durban Metropolitan Open Space System (D'MOSS) is a system of green corridors in the city of Durban, South Africa.
The Durban Moment refers to the period in the early 1970s when the South African city of Durban became the centre of a new vibrancy in the struggle against apartheid.
Durban North is situated just north of Durban in the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality, created in 2000, which includes the greater Durban area in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban North College or Durban-Noord-kollege (in Afrikaans) is a high school situated to the north of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The Durban Outer Ring Road is a ring road that circles the city of Durban, South Africa.
The Durban People Mover is a tourist-oriented bus service which runs every 15 minutes and consists of three routes within the central business district and along the beachfront, connecting various attractions.
The Durban Qalandars is a professional franchise Twenty20 cricket team of the T20 Global League in South Africa, which represents the city of Durban.
Durban railway station is the central railway station in the city of Durban, South Africa, located between Umgeni Road and Masabalala Yengwa Avenue just to the north of the central business district.
Durban Regiment is a motorised infantry Reserve Force unit of the South African Army.
The Durban Review Conference is the official name of the 2009 United Nations World Conference Against Racism (WCAR), also known as Durban II.
The Durban riots was an anti-Indian pogrom that took place between 13 - 15 January 1949, primarily by Zulus targeting Indians in Durban, South Africa.
The Durban South Africa Temple is a planned temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) to be constructed in Durban, South Africa.
Durban South Commando was a light infantry regiment of the South African Army.
Durban Stars is a semi-professional association football club based in the Chatsworth suburb of Durban, in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
The Durban street circuit was a temporary street circuit located in Durban, South Africa which was 300 metres from Durban's North Beach and 800 metres from Durban's CBD.
Durban United FC was a South African football (soccer) club based in Durban.
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) is a leading University of Technology in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
The Durban Youth Council (DYC) is a non-profit, community service-based youth organization located in Durban, South Africa.
Durban is an unincorporated community southwest of Swan River, Manitoba on Manitoba Highway 83 in the Rural Municipality of Swan River.
Durbanville is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa, part of the greater City of Cape Town metropolitan area.
Durbin may refer to.
The Durham Artillery Militia was a part-time reserve unit of Britain's Royal Artillery based in County Durham from 1853 to 1909.
Durnacol is a small suburban town in the central part of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The Dusi Canoe Marathon is a marathon canoe race held over three days between Pietermaritzburg and Durban, South Africa.
Dusty Noble (born 30 April 1984) is a former South African rugby union footballer.
Dwight Muhammad Qawi (born Dwight Braxton; January 5, 1953) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1978 to 1998.
Dylan Sicobo (born 27 February 1997) is a Seychellois sprinter.
Dylan Thomas Smith (born 26 February 1994 in Durban, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby and the in the Currie Cup.
Dylan Chowles Unsworth (born 23 September 1992) is a South African professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organization.
Durban Youth Radio, known as DYR, is a community radio station which broadcasts on the 105.1 FM frequency in Durban, South Africa.
Established in 1950, The East Africa rugby union team is a multi-national rugby union team drawing players from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, though the vast majority of these came from Kenya which has traditionally been the strongest rugby playing nation in this part of the world.
East African Airways Corporation, more commonly known as East African Airways, was an airline jointly run by Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
East London is a city on the southeast coast of South Africa in the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality of the Eastern Cape province.
The EB Cloete Interchange near Durban in South Africa is the interchange between the two national roads that pass through Durban: the N2 and N3.
Eben Etzebeth (born 29 October 1991) is a South African international rugby player.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is a South African far-left political party, that has been described by some political analysts as being fascist or racial nationalist in nature.
The economy of Belarus is world's 72nd largest economy by GDP based on purchasing power parity (PPP), which in 2017 stood at $175.9 billion, or $18,600 per capita.
The economy of Swaziland is fairly diversified, with agriculture, forestry and mining accounting for about 13 percent of GDP, manufacturing (textiles and sugar-related processing) representing 37 percent of GDP and services – with government services in the lead – constituting 50 percent of GDP.
The ECOPEACE Party is a national environmentalist political party in South Africa founded in 1995.
Edderside is a hamlet in the civil parish of Holme St. Cuthbert in Cumbria, United Kingdom.
Edwin Peter Andrews (born 18 March 1977 in Cape Town, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union footballer.
Eddie Jones (born 30 January 1960) is an Australian rugby union coach and former player.
Edward Paynter (5 November 1901 – 5 February 1979) was an English cricketer: an attacking batsman and excellent fielder.
Edmund Stuart "Eddy" Groves (born 16 June 1966) is an Australian businessman, founder and former chief executive officer of ABC Learning, once one of Australia's largest companies and one of the world's biggest childcare providers prior to going into administration.
Eden College Durban is an independent school for boys and girls located in Glenmore, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, in the Republic of South Africa.
Edendale is a township in Umgungundlovu District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Edgar Chester-Master (6 May 1888 – 17 September 1979) was an English cricketer.
Edmund Neison FRS (27 August 1849 – 1940), whose real name was Edmund Neville Nevill, wrote a key text in selenography called The Moon and the Condition and Configuration of its Surface and later set up the Natal Observatory in Durban, Natal Province.
Edward Forbes Walker (born 1876) was a rugby union international who represented Great Britain on the 1903 tour to South Africa.
Edward Jefferys (7 February 1936 – 27 September 1998) was a South African sprinter.
Edward Lekganyane, popularly known as "King Eddy" (1922-21 October 1967), was the leader of the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) from Easter Sunday, April 17, 1949, until his death eighteen years later.
The Ehrhardt 7.5 cm Model 1904 mountain guns were originally issued to the Schutztruppe in German South-West Africa.
Eilat (help; 'aylaat or 'aylat, also 'Um 'al-Rashrash) is Israel's southernmost city, a busy port and popular resort at the northern tip of the Red Sea, on the Gulf of Aqaba.
Eileen Keegan (died 22 October 2000, South Africa) was a South African ballet dancer and teacher.
Eileen Jensen Krige (1905–1995) was a prominent South African social anthropologist noted for her research on Zulu and Lovedu cultures.
Eileen May McCracken (16 February 1920 – 12 November 1988) was an Irish botanist, geographer and historian of botany.
Eital Bredenkamp (born 28 January 1993 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Pro14 and the in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Ela Gandhi (born 1 July 1940), granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi, is a peace activist and was a Member of Parliament in South Africa from 1994 to 2004, where she aligned with the African National Congress (ANC) party representing the Phoenix area of Inanda in the KwaZulu-Natal province.
Elderson Uwa Echiéjilé (born 20 January 1988) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Belgian club Cercle Brugge K.S.V. as a left back.
The Electric Tour is synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys' 2013–2015 world tour in support of their two albums Elysium and Electric.
Elegantly Wasted is the tenth studio album by Australian rock band INXS.
Marie Eliane Saholinirina (born 20 March 1983 in Betsihaka) is a Malagasy athlete who specialises in the 3000 metres steeplechase.
Elinda Vorster (née Rademeyer; born 8 September 1965 in Cape Town) is a retired South African athlete who specialised in sprinting events.
Eliza Jane Scovill (December 3, 2001 May 16, 2005) was the daughter of AIDS denialist Christine Maggiore, an HIV-positive activist who publicly questioned the link between HIV and AIDS, and supported HIV-positive pregnant women who want to avoid taking anti-HIV medication.
Elizabeth Dadzie (born 21 March 1993) is a Ghanaian athlete competing in the combined events.
Elizabeth Maria Molteno (24 September 1852 – 25 August 1927), was an early activist for civil and women's rights in South Africa.
Professor Elizabeth Sneddon (1907–2005) was a speech and drama teacher, theatrical director and academic.
Eljero George Rinaldo Elia (born 13 February 1987) is a Dutch footballer who plays as a winger for Turkish team İstanbul Başakşehir.
Elleke Boehmer (born 1961) is Professor of World Literature in English at the University of Oxford, and a Professorial Governing Body Fellow at Wolfson College.
Ellie Victoria Cole, (born 12 December 1991) is an Australian Paralympic swimmer and wheelchair basketball player.
Ellis Stanley Joseph (Ellis S. Joseph) was a collector and trader in wildlife in the early part of the 20th century.
Elroy Gelant (born 25 August 1986) is a South African athlete competing primarily in the long-distance events.
Elton Flatley (born 7 May 1977, Tamworth, New South Wales) is a former Australian international rugby union footballer.
eMacambini is a rural area in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa which is mostly populated by members of the Macambini clan.
An emerging market is a country that has some characteristics of a developed market, but does not meet standards to be a developed market.
Emile Erasmus (born 3 April 1992) is a South African male track and field sprinter who specialises in the 100 metres.
Emile William Ivanhoe Heskey (born 11 January 1978) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker.
Emma Hayman (born 24 February 1988) is a New Zealand tennis player.
The Emmanuel Cathedral or simply Cathedral of Durban, is the name given to the Catholic Church which is located at 48 Cathedral Road in the heart of the city of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.
Emmanuel Dasor (born 14 September 1995) is a Ghanaian sprinter specializing in the 200 meters and 400 meters races.
Emmanuel Chinenye Emenike (born 10 May 1987) is a Nigerian international footballer who plays as a striker for Greek club Olympiacos.
Emmanuel Matadi born 15 April 1991 in Monrovia, Liberia.
Empangeni is a town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Empire Air Mail Scheme (EAMS) was an attempt by the British Air Ministry to regain leadership of world civil aviation in the late 1930s following the establishment of The Air Mail Route from Cairo to Bagdad in the early 1920s.
An Empire ship was one a group of merchant ships given names beginning "Empire" in the service of the British Government during and after the Second World War.
Engen Petroleum is a South African oil and gas company.
The England cricket team is the team that represents England and Wales (and until 1992 also Scotland) in international cricket.
The England national team have competed in every Rugby World Cup since the inaugural tournament in 1987.
The England cricket team represented England, Scotland and Wales in Test cricket.
The England cricket team represented England, Scotland and Wales in Test cricket.
International cricket, which had been suspended since 1939 due to the Second World War, resumed in 1946.
This is a list of the England national football team results from 2000 to the present day (Match 765 onwards).
The England rugby union try record progression charts the record number of tries scored for the England national rugby union team by individual players, or rugby footballers as they are still sometimes referred to.
An English cricket team managed by Major R. G. Warton toured South Africa from December 1888 to March 1889.
The England cricket team toured South Africa under the auspices of the Marylebone Cricket Club from December 1905 to March 1906.
The tour by the English cricket team in South Africa in 1909–10 was organised by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
The English cricket team in South Africa in 1913–14 was organised by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
An England national cricket team, organised by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), toured South Africa from November 1922 to March 1923 and played a five-match Test series against the South Africa national cricket team.
The England cricket team toured South Africa during the 1927–28 season, playing five Test matches against the South Africa national team and 13 tour matches under the banner of the Marylebone Cricket Club against local sides.
The England cricket team toured South Africa during the 1930–31 season, playing five Test matches against the South Africa national team and 15 tour matches (11 first-class under the banner of the Marylebone Cricket Club against local sides. The tour began on 8 November 1930 with a match against Western Province and ended on 10 March 1931 at the conclusion of another match against the same side. The five Tests were played between 24 December 1930 and 25 February 1931. The Test series was won 1–0 by South Africa, who won the first Test, with the remaining four being drawn.
The England cricket team toured South Africa from 8 November 1938 to 14 March 1939, playing five Test matches against the South Africa national team and (as the Marylebone Cricket Club) 13 tour matches against various provincial sides.
The England national cricket team toured South Africa in the 1948-49 season.
The England cricket team toured South Africa in the 1956–57 season.
The England cricket team toured South Africa from October 1964 to February 1965, during which time they played five Test matches against the South Africa national cricket team.
The England cricket team toured South Africa from 24 October 1995 to 21 January 1996 for a five-match Test series and a seven-match One Day International (ODI) series against the South African national team.
The England cricket team toured South Africa during the 1999–2000 season, playing five Test matches and a triangular One Day International (ODI) series against South Africa and Zimbabwe.
The England cricket team toured South Africa in 2004–05.
The England cricket team toured South Africa for a four-match Test series, a five-match One Day International (ODI) series and two Twenty20 Internationals between 6 November 2009 and 18 January 2010.
The England cricket team toured South Africa from 15 December 2015 to 21 February 2016.
The England women's cricket team toured South Africa in 1960–61, the first women's Test series ever in South Africa.
Enrico Toccacelo (born 14 December 1978 in Rome) is an Italian auto racer with karting, GT and Formula 3000 experience.
ENSafrica (Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs) is Africa's largest law firm.
Jacobus Christoffel Entienne Swanepoel (born 9 March 1993) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Pro14 and the in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
For more about region: Southern Africa Many environmental issues affect Southern Africa due to urbanization and the acts needed in order to survive.
The environmental movement in South Africa traces its history from the early beginnings of conservation, to the rise of radicalism and activism amongst local ecologists.
Epsy Campbell Barr (born 4 July 1963 in San José, Costa Rica) is a Costa Rican politician and economist who has been the First Vice-President of Costa Rica since 8 May 2018.
Eric Arbuthnot was a South African first-class cricketer.
Eric Londesbrough Dalton (2 December 1906 – 3 June 1981) was a South African cricketer who played in 15 Tests from 1929 to 1938–39.
Eric Heenan (29 April 1900 – 26 June 1998) was an Australian politician.
Eric Khoo Heng-Pheng, from Tengkera, Malacca, Malaysia, (born April17, 195613 January 2014), was one of 12 elected volunteer members of the World Scout Committee, the main executive body of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, and Chairman of its Asia Pacific Regional Scout Committee, elected in 2001.
Eric Brimley Litchfield (21 September 1920 – 23 July 1982) was a British footballer for Newcastle United F.C. and Leeds United F.C., sports editor of The Rand Daily Mail between 1956 and 1970, sports editor of the Cape Times between 1970 and 1982 and an author of books on South African cricket, rugby and football.
Eric Mann (born December 4, 1942, Brooklyn, New York) is a civil rights, anti-war, labor, and environmental organizer whose career spans 50 years.
Waldemar Frederick Eric Marx (born 4 July 1895 in Johannesburg, Transvaal, died 2 June 1974 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in 3 Tests in 1921.
Eric Claude Murray (18 July 1893 – 10 July 1971) was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in 1911 and for Transvaal between 1912 and 1923.
Eric Bertram "Pop" Norton (5 December 1919 at Grahamstown, South Africa – 23 February 2004 at Cape Town), was a South African cricketer and educationist.
Eric Alfred Burchell Rowan (20 July 1909 – 30 April 1993) was a South African cricketer who played for Transvaal, Eastern Province and South Africa.
Erick Keter (born 22 July 1966, in Kabarusu, Kericho) is a retired Kenyan athlete who specialized in the 400 metres hurdles.
The Reverend Ernest Henry Shears (1849, Streatham – 20 February 1917, Stafford) was an Anglican clergyman in South Africa.
John Tomasso (17 November 1896 – 1979), better known as Ernie Rice, was a British boxer who was British and European lightweight champion between 1921 and 1922.
Ernst Frederich Erwin Ladendorf (born 5 February 1992 in Alberton, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the.
Professor Errol Solomon Meyers (9 August 1890 – 11 February 1956) was a prominent Brisbane doctor and one of the founding fathers of the University of Queensland School of Medicine in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Errol Leslie Rae Stewart (born July 30, 1969 in Durban) is a former South African cricketer and rugby union player.
Errol George Tobias (born 18 March 1950) is a former South African rugby union footballer, and the first black man to play in a test match for the South African national side.
Escape from the Studio '06 was a 2006 concert tour by American heavy metal band Metallica.
Eslam Ahmed Taha Ibrahim (born 23 July 1994) is an Egyptian track and field athlete who competes in the hammer throw.
Esme Steyn (born 22 March 1953) is a South African lawn bowler.
Essence is a monthly magazine for African-American women between the ages of 18 and 49.
The Essence Festival, known as "the party with a purpose", is an annual music festival which started in 1995 as a one-time event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Essence, a magazine aimed primarily towards African-American women.
Essenwood is a central suburb of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Estcourt is a town in the uThukela District of KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.
Eta College is an international, private, single purpose college founded in 1983.
Eta Kappa Nu (ΗΚΝ) is the international electrical and computer engineering honor society of the IEEE, founded in October 1904 by Maurice L. Carr at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.
Etenesh Diro Neda (born 10 May 1991, in Jeldu) is an Ethiopian athlete.
eThekwini may refer to.
eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality is a metropolitan municipality created in 2000 that includes the city of Durban, South Africa and surrounding towns.
The Ethiopia Scout Association (Amharic:የኢትዮጵያ እስካውት ማህበር) is the national Scouting association of Ethiopia.
Ethiopian Airlines (የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ (Yäitəyop̣əya äyärə mänəgädə); የኢትዮጵያ (Yäitəyop̣əya) in short), formerly Ethiopian Air Lines (EAL) and often referred to as simply Ethiopian, is Ethiopia's flag carrier and is wholly owned by the country's government.
Ethminolia durbanensis is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
Eve Boswell (born Eva Keleti, 11 May 1922, Budapest, Hungary – 14 August 1998, Durban, South Africa) was a successful pop singer in Britain in the 1950s.
The Everglades Film Festival is an annual film festival that takes places in Durban, South Africa.
Evette de Klerk (born 21 August 1965) is a South African former track and field sprinter.
The Evolution World Tour is the name of the fifth concert tour by American recording artist Gloria Estefan.
In Ex parte Barton, an important case in South African insolvency law, it appeared, upon the debtor’s application for leave to surrender his estate as insolvent, that he had previously lived in Durban and that all his creditors were in Natal.
An exit number is a number assigned to a road junction, usually an exit from a freeway.
The Exotic Tour/Summer Tour '94 was a 1994 concert tour by English electronic group Depeche Mode in support of the act's eighth studio album, Songs of Faith and Devotion, which was released in March 1993.
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is a governmental organisation responsible for maintaining wildlife conservation areas and biodiversity in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.
Fackson Nkandu (born 27 May 1971) is a Zambian long-distance runner who specialized in the 10,000 metres during his career.
Fale may refer to.
Elizabeth Frances "Fannie" McKinney-Hughey (August 4, 1857 - 1929) was a music teacher who developed the Color-Music method to teach music to children.
Fantu Worku Taye (born 29 March 1999) is an Ethiopian middle-distance runner specialising in the 1500 metres.
The Far East Combined Bureau, an outstation of the British Government Code and Cypher School, was set up in Hong Kong in March 1935, to monitor Japanese, and also Chinese and Russian (Soviet) intelligence and radio traffic.
Farrell Lines Incorporated was named in 1948 after James A. Farrell, Jr., and John J. Farrell, sons of James Augustine Farrell, president of US Steel.
Farryl Purkiss is a South African-born singer-songwriter.
Fatima Meer (12 August 1928 – 12 March 2010) was a South African writer, academic, screenwriter, and prominent anti-apartheid activist.
Fatoumata Diop (born 10 August 1986) is a Senegalese sprinter specialising in the 200 and 400 metres.
Fawzia Peer is currently serving as the Deputy Mayor of the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality.
The following events occurred in February 1927.
Federal Air (incorporating Pelican Air Services) is an airline headquartered in Hangar 14 on the grounds of OR Tambo International Airport in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, South Africa, near Johannesburg.
The Federation of South African Trade Unions (FOSATU) was a trade union federation formed at a congress over the weekend of 14–15 April 1979 in Hammanskraal and officially launched five days later on 20 April.
The FEI World Cup Jumping 2009/2010 was the 32nd edition of the premier international show jumping competition run by the FEI.
The FEI World Cup Jumping 2010/2011 was the 33rd edition of the premier international show jumping competition run by the FEI.
The FEI World Cup Jumping 2011/2012 is the 34th edition of the premier international show jumping competition run by the FEI.
Felix Coetzee (born 7 March 1959 in Durban, Natal Province, Union of South Africa) is a South African jockey in thoroughbred horse racing.
Felix du Plessis was a former South African rugby union player and captain of the Springbok team that in 1949 beat the All Blacks thrice in succession, a feat that was not repeated by a South African side until 2009.
The Felixstowe F.4 Fury (serial N123), also known as the Porte Super-Baby, was a large British, five-engined triplane flying-boat designed by John Cyril Porte at the Seaplane Experimental Station, Felixstowe, inspired by the Wanamaker Triplane/Curtiss Model T. At the time the Fury was the largest seaplane in the world, the largest British aircraft, and the first aircraft controlled successfully by servo-assisted means.
Fernando da Costa Leal (15 October 1846 - 4 April 1910) was a Portuguese army officer, writer, poet and botanist.
Fernando António Nogueira Pessoa (13 June 1888 – 30 November 1935), commonly known as Fernando Pessoa, was a Portuguese poet, writer, literary critic, translator, publisher and philosopher, described as one of the most significant literary figures of the 20th century and one of the greatest poets in the Portuguese language.
Festival Of Colours is a concert like event with music and coloured powder.
Johannes Malefetsane Fetsi "Chippa" Molatedi (born 6 July 1960) is a retired South African football (soccer) midfielder who played Moroka Swallows, Kaizer Chiefs, Seven Stars and D'Alberton Callies.
The FIBA AfroBasket Under-18 is an under-18 basketball championship in the International Basketball Federation's FIBA Africa zone.
The FIFA Fan Fests are public viewing events organized by FIFA and the Host Cities during FIFA World Cup.
Fikadu Haftu (born 21 February 1994) is an Ethiopian long distance runner.
The FINA Swimming World Cup is an international series of short course (25 m) swimming meets organized by FINA, the International Federation for swimming.
Fire Through the Window (FTTW) is an indie pop rock group hailing from Durban, South Africa.
The First Lady of South Africa is the title held by the wife or most senior wife of the President of South Africa.
During the first two years of the World War II, South Africa raised a variety of military units.
Fita Bayisa (Afan Oromo: Fixaa Bayissaa)(Amharic: ፍታ ባይሳ) born December 15, 1972 in Ambo, Oromia) is an Ethiopian long-distance runner, most known for winning a bronze medal on the 5000 metres at the 1992 Summer Olympics. A year before he had won a silver medal at the World Championships in Tokyo. Before the Olympic Games in Barcelona, Bayisa had emerged as the favourite for 10,000 metres, as he had defeated a world-class field at the Bislett Games in Oslo in a time of 27:14.26 min. However, he failed to make an impact on the 10,000 m final, which was won by Khalid Skah. Among his other achievements, he was the winner of the 1999 Belgrade Race Through History. He beat Paul Tergat by a second in the unusual race across Belgrade's city fortress.
Fizzers are a "fruity, chewy, & fizzy" candy sold primarily in South Africa.
The flag of the Natalia Republic was the official flag of this short lived South African state, which existed from 1839 to 1843.
The flat Earth model is an archaic conception of Earth's shape as a plane or disk.
Flings Owusu-Agyapong (born 16 October 1988) is a Ghanaian sprinter.
Flitestar was a South African commercial airline that operated from 1991 to 1994.
Florence Eleanor Schonell (31 October 1902 – 22 May 1962) was a South African-born Australian educational scientist known for her work with children affected by cerebral palsy and dyslexia.
Florence Grace Mkhize (1932-July 7, 1999) was an anti-apartheid activist.
Florence Perry (13 July 1869 – 19 December 1949) was an English opera singer and actress best known for her performances with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
Florian Fritz (born 17 January 1984) is a French rugby union rugby player.
The Flux Festival (not to be confused with the Flux festival which is part of the Edinburgh Festival's Fringe or indeed the of Barcelona) was a New Year music festival staged between 2001 and 2005 in Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, South Africa.
The Flying Dutchman World Championship, also known as FD Worlds, are international sailing regattas in the Flying Dutchman class organized by the International Flying Dutchman Class Organization and recognised by World Sailing.
FlySafair is a low-cost airline based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Foreign relations of the Italian Republic are the Italian government's external relations with the outside world.
The foreign relations of South Africa have spanned from the country's time as Dominion of the British Empire to its isolationist policies under Apartheid to its position as a responsible international actor taking a key role in Africa, particularly Southern Africa.
The foreign relations of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) are conducted by the Polisario Front, which maintains a network of representation offices and embassies in foreign countries.
Forest Hills is a working class suburb in the Outer West suburbs of Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa.
Foua Toloa (died 23 June 2015) was a Tokelauan politician who served as the Head of the Government of Tokelau, or Ulu, from 21 February 2009, to 21 February 2010.
Major Joseph Antoine France Antelme OBE (12 March 1900 – 1944) was one of 14 Franco-Mauritians who served in the Special Operations Executive (SOE), a World War II British secret service that sent spies, saboteurs and guerrilla fighters into enemy-occupied territory.
The France national rugby team have competed in all the Rugby World Cup tournaments.
The France national rugby league team represent France in international rugby league tournaments.
Francis George Farewell (1784–1829) was the founder of the Port Natal Colony in South Africa.
Franck Dannique Elemba Owaka (born 21 July 1990 in Brazzaville (in French)) is an athlete from the Republic of the Congo competing in the shot put.
Pierre Francois Hanekom (born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the.
Francois Kleinhans is a South African rugby union player for the in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Francis James Cameron, (born 1 June 1932 in Dunedin, Otago), is a former New Zealand cricketer who played 19 Tests for New Zealand as a fast bowler.
Frank Dolphin is an Irish businessman.
Frank Hadden (born 14 June 1954) is a Scottish rugby union coach.
Dr Frank Themba Mdlalose was the first Premier of the newly renamed KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa, after the African National Congress (ANC) won the country's first all-inclusive general election in April 1994.
Frank Reginald "Chota" Carey, (7 May 1912 – 6 December 2004) was a Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter pilot and flying ace who served during World War II.
Frank Versteegh (born 19 September 1954) is a Dutch aerobatics pilot.
Franklyn Albert Rose (born 1 February 1972) is a former West Indian cricketer.
Jozua Francois Malherbe (born 14 March 1991) is a South African rugby union player.
Franz Ewald Theodor Bachmann (21 July 1850 Lisse nr Posen – 1937), was a medical practitioner and naturalist.
Franz Pfanner (born 1825, Langen, Vorarlberg – 24 May 1909) was an Austrian Trappist monk and founder of in South Africa and the Mariastern Abbey in Banja Luka, Bosnia.
Frederick Louis le Roux (5 February 1882 – 22 September 1963) was a South African cricketer.
Frederik Johannes Zeilinga (born 11 December 1992) is a South African rugby union player for Canon Eagles in the Japanese Top League.
Freddie McLennan (born 8 February 1951) is a former Irish rugby union international player, playing for Ireland on the left wing.
Colonel Frederic Hugh Page Creswell DSO (13 November 1866 – 25 August 1948) was a Labour Party politician in South Africa.
Sir Frederick Charles Frank, OBE, FRS (6 March 1911 – 5 April 1998), known as Sir Charles Frank, was a British theoretical physicist.
Frederick Lund was one of the proprietors of Messrs.
Frederick Russell Burnham DSO (May 11, 1861 – September 1, 1947) was an American scout and world-traveling adventurer.
Frederick Stanley Arnot (12 September 1858 – 14 May 1914) was a Scottish missionary who did much to establish missions in what are now Angola, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Second Lieutenant Frederick Charles Wilton (29 May 1892 – 7 July 1958) was a South African World War I flying ace credited with six aerial victories.
Fredriech Pretorius (born 4 August 1995) is a South African track and field athlete specialising in the decathlon.
The Freedom Cup is a minor international rugby union trophy contested between South Africa and New Zealand, during The Rugby Championship and previously during The Rugby Championship's predecessor, the Tri Nations.
A Freedom Toaster is a public kiosk that will burn copies of free software onto user-provided CDs and DVDs.
Freightdynamics is a subsidiary of South Africa's state-owned transport giant Transnet.
Richelieu was a French battleship and the lead ship of her class.
Frida Blumenberg (May 24, 1935) is a visual artist and sculptor working primarily in neon, acrylic, and bronze.
Fridtjov Søiland Birkeli (26 May 1906 – 17 September 1983) was a Norwegian Lutheran missionary, writer, magazine editor, and bishop.
Frieda Lauth (1879 London – 4 May 1949 Durban) was a South African botanical artist who emigrated to Natal with her parents in 1882.
Friedel de Wet (born 26 June 1980 in Durban, Natal Province, South Africa) is a former South African first-class cricketer.
Friedrich Wilms (19 April 1848 Münster, Westphalia - 2 March 1919 Berlin-Steglitz), was a German apothecary, botanical collector and traveller.
Friends of the African Union (FAU) is an economic, social, humanitarian, charitable, educational and new media civil-society ruling body founded to work for the benefit of the African Union and the African diaspora in their host countries.
Frogfishes are any member of the anglerfish family Antennariidae, of the order Lophiiformes.
The Diacore Gaborone Marathon is a marathon in Gaborone, Botswana.
Gabriel Mvumvure (born 23 February 1988) is a Zimbabwean sprinter.
Gagasi FM (previously P4 99.5 FM or P4 Radio Durban) is a radio station broadcasting in Durban and surrounding areas in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, specialising in R&B, Afro pop, hip hop, house and kwaito.
Situated on the sapphire coastline of Amanzimtoti, Galleria Mall is a regional shopping centre that serves both Amanzimtoti and nearby towns..
Gareth Blanckenberg (born 3 June 1980 in Durban) is a retired South African sailor, who specialized in the Laser class.
Gareth Carr (born 4 November 1981) is retired a South African field hockey player.
Gareth Morgan (born 22 March 1977) is a South African politician and a former member of parliament with the opposition Democratic Alliance.
Gareth Hugh Roderick (born 29 August 1991) is a South African cricketer who plays for Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.
The Garforth Arts Festival is an annual arts festival that takes place in Garforth, Leeds, England.
Field Marshal Garnet Joseph Wolseley, 1st Viscount Wolseley (4 June 1833 – 25 March 1913), was an Anglo-Irish officer in the British Army.
Garreth McLellan (born 9 January 1982) is a South African professional mixed martial artist who most recently competed in the Middleweight division of the UFC.
Garry Mendes Rodrigues (born 27 November 1990) is a Dutch-born Cape Verdean footballer who plays as a winger for Galatasaray.
Garth Graham April (born in Cape Town, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup and the in the Rugby Challenge.
Garth David Mulroy (born 8 July 1978) is a South African professional golfer.
Gary Allan Anderson (born 16 July 1959) is a former National Football League (NFL) placekicker.
Gary Cummiskey (born 1963) is a South African poet and publisher.
Gary Alexander Goldstone (born 27 July 1976 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African football (soccer) defender for Premier Soccer League club Bloemfontein Celtic.
Gary Stuart Hocking (30 September 1937 – 21 December 1962) was a Grand Prix motorcycle racing world champion from Southern Rhodesia who raced in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Gary Kirsten (born 23 November 1967) is a former South African cricketer, and the World Cup winning coach of the Indian cricket team.
Gary Muller (born 27 December 1964) is a former professional South African tennis player.
Gary Strydom (born 1960 in Durban, South Africa) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder.
Gary Jacques van Aswegen (born 18 February 1990) is a former South African rugby union player that played as a fly-half throughout his career.
Gary Lancelot George Watson (born 3 October 1944, Durban, Natal, South Africa) is a former cricketer who played first-class cricket in South Africa from 1964 to 1976.
Gasteria croucheri ("Natal Gasteria") is a succulent plant, native to KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.
Gateway Theatre of Shopping or Gateway is a shopping centre located on Umhlanga Ridge in Umhlanga, north of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Gavin Lane (born 26 November 1966) is a retired South African football (soccer) defender.
Gavin Woods (born 1947 in Durban, South Africa) is the former chairman of the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) and a former member of the Inkatha Freedom Party.
Gayle, or Gail, is an English and Afrikaans-based gay argot or cant slang used primarily by English and Afrikaans-speaking homosexual men in urban communities of South Africa, and is similar in some respects to Polari in the United Kingdom, from which some lexical items have been borrowed.
Nokugcina Elsie Mhlophe (born 24 October 1958) is a well-known South African anti-apartheid activist, actress, storyteller, poet, playwright, director and author.
Gelson da Conceição Tavares Fernandes (born 2 September 1986) is a Swiss professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for German club Eintracht Frankfurt.
Benn Gilbert Kamoto (born 14 June 1990), better known by his stage name Gemini Major, is a Malawian-born South African record producer and Singer-songwriter.
Gemma Acheampong (born 13 February 1993 in Chicago, Illinois) is a US-born Ghanaian athlete specialising in the sprinting events.
The General Screw Steam Shipping Company was a British company established in 1848 by James Laming, who had for about 30 years owned sailing ships travelling between England and the Netherlands.
Geoffrey Merton "Geoff" Griffin (12 June 1939 – 16 November 2006) was a cricketer who played two Tests for South Africa in 1960.
Geoffrey Rex Alexander Middleton Hill is a journalist and author working in London, Nairobi and Johannesburg.
Geoffrey Osborne "Geoff" Rabone (6 November 1921 – 19 January 2006) was a cricketer who captained New Zealand in five Test matches in 1953-54 and 1954-55.
Geoffrey Ernest Jenkins (16 June 1920 – 7 November 2001) was a South African journalist, novelist and screenwriter.
Lesotho is a mountainous, landlocked country located in Southern Africa.
South Africa occupies the southern tip of Africa, its coastline stretching more than from the desert border with Namibia on the Atlantic (western) coast southwards around the tip of Africa and then northeast to the border with Mozambique on the Indian Ocean.
Bangladesh has 5 toll bridges and 4 toll roads.
George Anson (25 July 1731 – 27 October 1789), known as George Adams until 1773, was a Staffordshire landowner from the Anson family and a British Whig politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1761 and 1769.
George Ayoub (born 23 October 1963) is an Australian professional rugby union referee.
George Bizos (born 15 November 1927) is a human rights lawyer who campaigned against apartheid in South Africa, most notably during the Rivonia Trial.
George Campbell School of Technology is a public high school specialising in technical education, located in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
George Dearnaley (born 23 February 1969) is a retired South African football (soccer) striker who played for Hellenic FC, Seven Stars and most notably AmaZulu.
George Henry Dodd (16 January 1882 – 21 July 1957) was a South African male tennis player.
George Earle (born 9 January 1987) is a South African rugby union footballer.
George Eaton (23 October 1904 – 28 May 1938) was an Australian cricketer.
George Lyall Fotheringham (9 July 1883 – 8 April 1971) was a Scottish-American professional golfer who played in the early 20th century.
George Swan Fowler (9 March 1839 – 1 October 1896) was a South Australian politician and a Treasurer of South Australia.
George French Angas (25 April 1822 – 4 October 1886) was an English explorer, naturalist and painter who emigrated to Australia.
George Godfrey (26 July 1888 – 22 May 1965) was a South African swimmer.
George Musarurwa Gregan AM (born 19 April 1973) is a retired Australian rugby union player, and is currently Australia's highest ever internationally capped player.
George Herbert "Bert" Volk (10 May 1881 in Brighton - after 1913) was a British automobile and general engineer noted as a pioneer builder of seaplanes.
Georgios "George" Koumantarakis (Γεώργιος Κουμανταράκης; born 27 March 1974 in Athens, Greece) is a retired South African football player of Greek descent.
George Morris Sutton (8 July 1834 - 30 November 1913) was a South African politician and farmer.
George Robson (born 4 November 1985) is an English rugby union player.
George de la Rey Tossel (born 5 March 1988 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with Western Province Super League club side Hamiltons.
The Very Rev George Edward Weeks was the Dean of Nelson from 1916 to 1923.
George Collinson Weightman-Smith (31 October 1905 – April 1972) was a South African athlete who competed at the 1928 Summer Olympics.
George Whelan (6 May 1859 – 12 November 1938) was a South African sports shooter.
George Alexander Whitehead (born 17 March 1989 in Bloemfontein, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Georgina Grenville (born 1 October 1975 in Durban, Natal, South Africa) is a South African fashion model.
Geraint Owen Jones (born 14 July 1976) is a former England and Papua New Guinea international cricketer.
Gerald Patrick Desmond Hartigan (30 December 1884 in King William's Town, Cape Province – 7 January 1955 in Durban, Natal) was a South African cricketer who played in five Tests from 1912 to 1914.
Basil Gerald "Stapme" Stapleton, (12 May 1920 – 13 April 2010) was a Royal Air Force (RAF) officer and fighter ace who flew Spitfires and Typhoons during the Second World War.
Gerhardus Petrus Engelbrecht (born 30 May 1991 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player who most recently played with the in the Rugby Challenge.
Gerhard Mostert is a professional rugby union player who plays for Stade Français in the Top 14.
Germaine Abessolo Bivina (born 9 May 1990) is a Cameroonian sprinter.
Pinguin was a German auxiliary cruiser (Hilfskreuzer) which served as a commerce raider in World War II.
German submarine U-177 was a Type IXD2 U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II.
German submarine U-178 was a Type IXD2 U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine built for service during World War II.
German submarine U-197 was a Type IXD2 U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II.
German submarine U-198, was a Type IXD2 U-boat which fought in World War II.
German submarine U-201 was a Type VIIC U-boat of the Kriegsmarine in World War II.
German submarine U-504 was a Type IXC U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II.
This is a list of international games played by the German national football team.
Germiston is a small city in the East Rand region of Gauteng, South Africa, administratively forming part of the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality since the latter's establishment in 2000.
Gerhardus Christian "Gerrie" Coetzee (born 8 April 1955) is a South African former professional boxer who competed from 1974 to 1986, and in 1993 and 1997.
Gerhard Hamilton Brand (8 October 1906 – 4 February 1996) was a Springbok rugby union footballer who played in 16 tests between 1928 and 1938.
Cornelius Gerhardus van Rooyen (1938 – January 15, 1990), better known as Gert van Rooyen, was a South African paedophile and serial killer, who allegedly killed at least six young girls between 1988 and 1989.
Getaneh Tamire Molla (born 10 January 1994) is an Ethiopian male long-distance runner who competes over distances up to 10K.
Getenesh Urge (ጌጤነሽ ኡርጌ; born 30 August 1970) is a retired Ethiopian middle distance runner who competed in the 1980s through to 2000.
Gianluca Faliva (born 26 December 1973) is a retired Italian rugby union player.
Gideon Koegelenberg (born 25 November 1994) is a South African rugby union player for the in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup and the in the Rugby Challenge.
Gillitts is a suburb on the western boundary of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.
Gina Bass (born 3 May 1995) is a Gambian athlete competing in sprinting events.
Gingicithara maraisi is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Mangeliidae.
Gisèle Wulfsohn (18 March 1957 – 27 December 2011) was a South African photographer.
Giuseppe "Bepi" Ros (born 22 September 1942) is a former heavyweight boxer.
Sibabalwe Gladwin Mzazi (born 28 August 1988) is a South African athlete competing in the long-distance running events.
Gladys Wamuyu Wachiuri (born 23 December 1972) is a retired Kenyan middle-distance runner competing primarily in the 800 metres.
Glen Barry Viljoen (born August 15, 1971 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) is a widely regarded illustrator, cartoonist, conceptual artist, designer and painter.
Glencoe is situated in the Umzinyathi District, District of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Glenholme Nature Reserve is a privately managed area of grassland, scarp and swamp forest in Kloof, outside of Durban, South Africa.
Glenwood High School is a high school for boys located in Glenwood, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Glenwood is a suburb on the lower Berea in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
A global city, also called world city or sometimes alpha city or world center, is a city which is a primary node in the global economic network.
The Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) is a science-led multi-stakeholder forum dedicated to promoting the landscape approach in landscape management.
Gloria Asumnu (born May 22, 1985) is a Nigerian sprinter.
Glyn Idris Jones (27 April 1931 – 2 April 2014) was a South African actor, writer and director.
Glynis Barber (born Glynis van der Riet; 25 October 1955) is a South African actress.
Gnima Faye (born 17 November 1984) is a Senegalese track and field athlete who competes in the 100 metres hurdles.
Godfrey Khotso Mokoena (born 6 March 1985 in Heidelberg, South Africa) is a South African athlete who specializes in the long jump and triple jump.
Goitseone Seleka (born 10 August 1988) is a Botswana athlete competing primarily in the 400 metres.
The Golden Lions (currently known as the Xerox Golden Lions for sponsorship reasons) is a rugby team based in Johannesburg, South Africa who compete in the annual Currie Cup and Vodacom Cup.
The Golden Mile (or, colloquially, "The Mile") is the popular stretch of beachfront in the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, including the promenade that runs along with it.
The Golden Team (Aranycsapat; also known as the Mighty Magyars, the Marvellous Magyars, the Magnificent Magyars, or the Magical Magyars) refers to the Hungary national football team of the 1950s.
King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu (born 14 July 1948 at Nongoma) is the reigning King of the Zulu nation under the Traditional Leadership clause of South Africa's republican constitution.
Google Aerial View is a view on Google Maps.
Presently, in Africa, Google Street View can be seen in parts of Botswana, Uganda, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Senegal, Ghana, the Canary Islands of Spain, and Egypt's landmarks.
Gordon Dallas (born 13 February 1959 in Durban) is a retired South African-American soccer defender who played three seasons in the North American Soccer League.
Gordon Igesund (born 22 July 1956) is a former South African football player and coach who was most recently the manager of Highlands Park in the Premier Soccer League.
Gordon Murray (born 18 June 1946 in Durban, South Africa), is a South African-born British designer of Formula One racing cars and the McLaren F1 road car.
Goretti Kyomuhendo (born 1 August 1965) is a Ugandan novelist and literary activist.
Gould Arthur Lucas, Irish soldier and survivor of HMS Birkenhead, fl.
Conservation is a positive endeavour including “… the preservation, maintenance, sustainable use, restoration, and enhancement of the natural environment”.
The Government of Rotterdam is the government of the municipality and city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Gqom (Igqomu) is a style of house music that emerged a decade into the 21st century from the city of Durban in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Grace Wanjiru Njue (born 1979) is a female race walker from Kenya.
Robert Graeme Pollock (born 27 February 1944) is a former cricketer for South Africa, Transvaal and Eastern Province.
Graeme Peter Swann (born 24 March 1979) is a former English cricketer.
Frank Graham Bell (21 November 1910 – 9 August 1943), known as Graham, was a painter of portraits, landscapes and still-life, and a founder member of the realist Euston Road School.
Graham Payn (25 April 1918 – 4 November 2005) was a South African-born English actor and singer, also known for being the life partner of the playwright Noël Coward.
Graham Paul Thorpe MBE (born 1 August 1969) is a former English cricketer who played for England internationally and Surrey domestically.
Grannies on Safari is a travel program syndicated in the U.S. with hosts Regina S. Fraser and Pat A. Johnson.
Grant "Twiggy" Baker (1973, Durban, South Africa) is a South African professional surfer.
Grant Phillip Hodnett (born 17 August 1982) is a South African born English cricketer.
Grant Langston (born 17 June 1982), is a South African former professional motocross racer.
The Great Britain national rugby league team represents Great Britain in rugby league.
Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park is a 35,000 km² peace park that is in the process of being formed.
The Great Trek (Die Groot Trek; De Grote Trek) was an eastward migration of Dutch-speaking settlers (called Voortrekkers) who travelled by wagons from the Cape Colony into the interior of modern South Africa from 1836 onwards, seeking to live beyond the Cape's British colonial administration.
The greater crested tern Retrieved 28 February 2012 (Thalasseus bergii), also called crested tern or swift tern, is a tern in the family Laridae that nests in dense colonies on coastlines and islands in the tropical and subtropical Old World.
Greek–South African relations are the relations between Greece and South Africa.
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is a fund established within the framework of the UNFCCC to assist developing countries in adaptation and mitigation practices to counter climate change.
The Green Party of South Africa (GPSA) is a small political party in the Western Cape province.
Greer "Cat" Stevens (born 15 February 1957) is a retired professional tennis player from South Africa.
Greg Rawlinson (born 14 August 1978 in Durban, South Africa) is a New Zealand international rugby union player.
Gregg Clark (born 11 January 1971 in Johannesburg) is a field hockey player from South Africa, who was a member of the national squad that finished tenth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
Greylingstad (Afrikaans for Greyling City) is a small farming town west of Standerton in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Greyville Racecourse is a Thoroughbred horse race track in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Griffiths Mlungisi Mxenge, (27 February 1935 – 19 November 1981) was born in KwaRayi, a rural settlement outside of King Williams Town, Eastern Cape.
Grindrod Bank (GRDB) is a commercial bank in the Republic of South Africa.
Griqualand East (Afrikaans: Griekwaland-Oos), officially known as New Griqualand (Dutch: Nieuw Griqualand), was one of four short-lived Griqua states in Southern Africa from the early 1860s until the late 1870s and was located between the Umzimkulu and Kinira Rivers, south of the Sotho Kingdom.
Guangzhou, also known as Canton, is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong.
Gugulethu Zuma-Ncube (born 1985) is a South African television actor and producer, daughter of former President, Jacob Zuma and African National Congress (ANC) politician Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, and daughter-in-law to Zimbabwean United Movement for Democratic Change politician Welshman Ncube.
Gujarati people or Gujaratis (ગુજરાતી) are an ethnic group traditionally from Gujarat that speak Gujarati, an Indo-Aryan language.
Guy Buttery (26 November 1983) is a South African musician primarily known as a guitar player.
Guy Caminsky (born July 4, 1977 of Durban, South Africa) is a South African ten-pin bowler.
Guy Novès (born 5 February 1954) is a former French rugby union player and most recently coach of the French national team.
Gwendolien "Gwen" Griffiths (born 30 August 1967) is a retired South African runner who specialized in the 1500 and 5000 metres, later the marathon.
The Great Western Railway 3700 Class, or City Class, locomotives were a series of twenty 4-4-0 steam locomotives, designed for hauling express passenger trains.
The GWR 4100 Class was a class of steam locomotives in the Great Western Railway (GWR) of the United Kingdom.
Hafsatu Kamara (born 7 December 1991) is a Sierra Leonean sprinter.
Haile Gebrselassie (ኃይሌ ገብረ ሥላሴ, haylē gebre silassē; born 18 April 1973) is a retired Ethiopian long-distance track and road running athlete.
Hair theft has been a recurrent problem in various parts of the world where human hair is in demand either for commercial products such as wigs and hairpieces, or for sexual fetishes.
Hakim Toumi (born January 30, 1961 in Algiers, Algiers Province) is a retired male hammer thrower from Algeria.
A half marathon is a road running event of 21.0975 km (13 mi 192½ yd)—half the distance of a marathon.
Halgerda dichromis is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, shell-less marine gastropod mollusks in the family Discodorididae.
Halimah Nakaayi (born 16 October 1994) is a Ugandan middle-distance runner.
Hampton College, a South African college, was established in 1985.
Handled the ball was formerly one of the methods of dismissing a batsman in the sport of cricket, but was integrated into the Law on obstructing the field when the Laws of Cricket were rewritten in 2017.
Handré Pollard (born 11 March 1994) is a South African rugby union player for the South Africa national team, the in Super Rugby and the in the Currie Cup.
Johannes Jurgens Snyman (born 29 March 1989 in Kroonstad, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union player that played for the and the between 2010 and 2014.
Hanno Koffler (born 25 March 1980) is a German actor.
Hanover, a small town in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, is named after Hanover in Germany.
Hans Paludan Smith Schreuder (18 June 1817 - 27 June 1882) was a 19th-century Norwegian missionary who developed a close relationship with both the Zulu and British authorities.
Wessel Johannes "Hansie" Cronje (25 September 1969 – 1 June 2002) was a South African cricketer and captain of the South African national cricket team in the 1990s.
Johannes Petrus Jacobus 'Hansie' Graaff (born 10 September 1989 in Pretoria) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with Spanish División de Honor side El Salvador.
Hanyani Masana Shimange (born 17 April 1978 in Elim, a small town in South Africa's Western Cape Province) is a former rugby union player.
A harbor or harbour (see spelling differences; synonyms: wharves, haven) is a sheltered body of water where ships, boats, and barges can be docked.
The harbour defence motor launch (HDML) was a British small motor vessel of the Second World War.
Harold Poynton (1 March 1936 – 4 June 2018) also known by the nicknames "Fishcake", "Poynton the Pippin", and "Prince of Bamboozlers",Waring, Eddie (1963).
Robert Harold Lundie "Jock" Strachan (born 1 December 1925) is a white South African writer and anti-apartheid activist.
Harris: On The Edge is the first concert tour by an Indian film composer Harris Jayaraj.
Harrismith is a large town in the Free State province of South Africa.
Harrismith Airport is a small airfield near 42nd Hill in Free State, South Africa.
Henry John Barr (11 January 1880 – 27 July 1909) was an Australian rules footballer who played with St Kilda in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Harry Saul Bloom (1 January 1913 – 28 July 1981) was a South African journalist, novelist, activist and lecturer.
General Sir Henry George Chauvel, (16 April 1865 – 4 March 1945), more usually known as Sir Harry Chauvel, was a senior officer of the Australian Imperial Force who fought at Gallipoli and during the Sinai and Palestine Campaign in the Middle Eastern theatre of the First World War.
Harry Escombe PC (25 July 1838 – 27 December 1899) was a South African statesman.
Harry Preston (born Harry Pimm in Durban, South Africa on September 4, 1923, died Dallas, TX, on November 23, 2009) is an author and Hollywood screenwriter.
Harry Philip Hugh Sharp (6 October 1917 – 15 January 1995) was an English cricketer, cricket coach and scorer.
Harry Simon (born 21 October 1972) is a Namibian undefeated professional boxer in the super welterweight (154 lb) division.
Hashim Mohamed Amla OIS (born 31 March 1983) is a South African International cricketer who plays for South Africa in all three formats of the game, widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time.
Hatem Ghoula (حاتم غولة; born 7 June 1973 in Paris, France) is a Tunisian race walker.
Hava Aney Dey (Let the Wind Blow) was a 2004 film shot on location in the northern suburbs (Vikhroli and Andheri East) of Mumbai, India, in October–November 2003 with a mixed crew composed of French and Indian technicians.
Havana (Spanish: La Habana) is the capital city, largest city, province, major port, and leading commercial center of Cuba.
Hélder Lopes (born 7 August 1977) is a Portuguese former professional tennis player who competed in the ITF Men's Circuit.
Heads and Tails is a Ukrainian Russian-speaking television travel series that launched in 2010.
Hedley Percival Bunton (1906–1997) was a missionary in China and a Minister in the Congregational Church in Australia.
Admiral of the Fleet The Honourable Sir Hedworth Meux (pronounced Mews), formerly Hedworth Lambton (5 July 1856 – 20 September 1929) was a Royal Navy officer.
Heidelberg is a town with 35,500 inhabitants in the Gauteng province of South Africa at the foot of the Suikerbosrand next to the N3 highway, which connects Johannesburg and Durban.
Heidi Andersson (born 27 February 1981 in the locality of Ensamheten ("Solitude"), Storuman, Sweden) is a Swedish armwrestler.
Heimar Williams is a former South African rugby union played that played first class rugby between 2011 and 2017.
Heinrich Diederick Steyl (born 6 July 1990 in Bellville, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, who most recently played with the.
Hellen Chepngeno (born August 2, 1967 in Kitopen, Bomet District) is a retired athlete from Kenya best known for winning gold at the 1994 World Cross Country Championships She started her career while at Kitopen Primary School.
Helmut Jahn (born January 4, 1940) is a Chicago-based German-American architect, known for designs such as the Sony Center on the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany, the Messeturm in Frankfurt, Germany, the One Liberty Place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (formerly the tallest building in Philadelphia), and the Suvarnabhumi Airport, an international airport in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Helwan riots were protests by South African soldiers in Helwan, Egypt over their housing conditions and treatment while being repatriated at the conclusion of the Second World War.
Hendrik "Hennie" Scholtz Vosloo Muller (26 March 1922 – 26 April 1977) was a South African rugby union footballer.
Alfred Henry Skorbinski (born in Port Elizabeth) is a South African rugby union player for the in the Currie Cup and in the Rugby Challenge.
Henri Schoeman (born 3 October 1991) is a South African triathlete.
Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, 1st Baronet (29 March 1815 – 29 May 1884) was a British colonial administrator.
Sir Henry Binns, KCMG (27 June 1837 – 6 June 1899) was Prime Minister of the Colony of Natal, South East Africa from 5 October 1897 – 8 June 1899.
Henry Cele (30 January 1949 – 2 November 2007) was a South African actor noted for his portrayal of the great Zulu Warrior King Shaka kaSenzangakhona in the South African television miniseries Shaka Zulu.
Henry Francis Fynn (29 March 1803 in Grosvenor Square, London, England – 20 September 1861 in Durban, Natal, South Africa) was an English traveler and trader.
Henry Georges Fourcade, also known as Henri Georges Fourcade and sometimes Georges Henri Fourcade, was a surveyor, forester, pioneer of photogrammetry and as botanist, a major early collector of the Southern Cape flora.
Aksel Henry Hansson (23 July 1918 – 9 February 1945) was a Norwegian resistance member.
Major General Sir Henry Havelock KCB (5 April 1795 – 24 November 1857) was a British general who is particularly associated with India and his recapture of Cawnpore from rebels during the Indian Mutiny of 1857.
Henry II (Heinrich II; Enrico II) (6 May 973 – 13 July 1024), also known as Saint Henry, Obl. S. B., was Holy Roman Emperor ("Romanorum Imperator") from 1014 until his death in 1024 and the last member of the Ottonian dynasty of Emperors as he had no children.
Major General Sir Henry Timson Lukin (24 May 1860 – 15 December 1925) was a South African military commander.
Sir Herbert Baker (9 June 1862 – 4 February 1946) was an English architect remembered as the dominant force in South African architecture for two decades, and a major designer of some of New Delhi's most notable government structures.
The Very Rev Herbert James Raymer (1874-1956) was the Dean of Nelson from 1933 to 1934.
Herbert Wilfred Taylor MC (5 May 1889 – 8 February 1973) was a South African cricketer who played 42 Tests for his country including 18 as captain of the side.
Herbert Frederick Wade (14 September 1905 – 23 November 1980) was a South African cricketer who played in 10 Tests in 1935 and 1935–36.
Herman Zanstra (November 3, 1894, Schoterland – October 2, 1972, Haarlem) was a Frisian/Dutch astronomer.
---- The Hermannsburg Mission (Hermannsburger Mission) was founded as the Hermannsburg Mission Centre (Missionsanstalt Hermannsburg) in 1849 in Hermannsburg, near Celle, North Germany, by Louis Harms.
Hermenegildo de Brito Capelo (Palmela, 1841 – Lisbon, 1917) was an officer in the Portuguese Navy and a Portuguese explorer, helping to chart territory between Angola and Mozambique in southern Central Africa that was unknown to Europeans in the 1870s and 1880s.
The literary concept of the heteronym refers to one or more imaginary character(s) created by a writer to write in different styles.
Heyneke Meyer (born 6 October 1967 in Nelspruit, South Africa) is a rugby union coach, who was most recently the head coach of the South African national team.
Hibberdene is a small coastal town on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast in South Africa.
The lemonyellow rosemallow (Hibiscus calyphyllus, syn. Hibiscus calycinus, Hibiscus chrysantha, Hibiscus chrysanthus, Hibiscus rockii) is a shrub from tropical Africa belonging to the Hibiscus genus.
Hichem Khalil Cherabi (هشام خليل شرابي; born 30 March 1993) is an Algerian track and field athlete who competes in the pole vault.
The High Court of South Africa is a superior court of law in South Africa.
The high jump is a track and field event in which competitors must jump unaided over a horizontal bar placed at measured heights without dislodging it.
The Highlanders (formerly the Otago Highlanders and currently known as the Pulse Energy Highlanders for sponsorship reasons) are a New Zealand professional rugby union team based in Dunedin that compete in Super Rugby.
Hilary Obaloker Onek (born 5 May 1948), is a Ugandan engineer and politician.
Hilary Robinson (born 23 January 1962, Paignton, Devon, England) is an English children’s author, broadcaster, radio producer and feature writer.
Hilary Gwyn Squires is a retired South African judge and barrister, who was brought in to preside over the Schabir Shaik fraud and corruption trial in Durban, South Africa, so as not to tie up legal proceedings elsewhere while the trial proceeded.
Hilda Beemer Kuper (née Beemer; 23 August 1911 – 1992) was a social anthropologist most notable for her extensive work on Swazi culture.
Hillcrest High School is a public co-educational high school in Hillcrest, near Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Hillcrest is a suburb in Durban, South Africa.
Hilton College, more commonly referred to as Hilton, is a South African private boarding school for boys located near the town of Hilton in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands and is situated on a 1,762 ha (4,350 acre) estate that includes a 550 ha (1,400 acre) wildlife reserve.
Himarsha Venkatsamy (born 15 February 1984) is an Indian model and actress, known for winning the Kingfisher Calendar Hunt in 2010, defeating Anjali Lavania and Nidhi Sunil in the final round.
The history of Africa begins with the emergence of hominids, archaic humans and – around 5.6 to 7.5 million years ago.
This article describes the history of South African cricket from the aftermath of the First World War in 1919 to the end of the Second World War in 1945.
This article describes the history of South African cricket from the end of the Second World War in 1945 to the start of South Africa's cricket isolation in 1970.
South Africa resumed official international cricket in 1991 after the moratorium imposed by the International Cricket Conference in 1970 was lifted.
This article describes the history of South African cricket from the 2000–01 season.