(in South Africa) a political party, founded in 1912 as an African nationalist movement and banned there from 1960 to 1990 because of its active opposition to apartheid: in 1994 won South Africa’s first multiracial elections ANC
Ichikowitz said he served between 1992 and 1994 as a glorified gofer for the african national congress.
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The protest had been called by the Pan-Africanist Congress, a rival of Mandela’s african national congress.
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There is no question that some, maybe many, in the african national congress were communists.
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- African plate
a major tectonic division of the earth’s crust, comprising the African continent as well as adjacent ocean basins (the Canary, Cape Verde, Angola, Cape Agulhas, Somali, Madagascar, and Natal Basins), and bounded on the north by the Eurasian and Arabian Plates, on the east by mid-ocean ridges (the Southwest Indian, Mid-Indian, and Carlsberg Ridges), on […]
- African potato
noun the corm of a southern African plant, Hypoxis hemerocallidea, believed to possess medicinal properties
Ira Frederick (“the African Roscius”) 1804?–67, U.S. actor, primarily in Europe. Contemporary Examples Off the job, Aldridge is happily married to Kings of Leon front man Caleb Followill. Meet the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Girls Amy Zimmerman February 13, 2014 Historical Examples Mr. Aldridge did not answer, but sat silently looking into the fire. The […]
- African sleeping sickness
(def 1). African sleeping sickness Af·ri·can sleeping sickness (āf’rĭ-kən) n. African trypanosomiasis.