Pondoland


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Pondoland

an area in SE central South Africa: inhabited chiefly by the Pondo people
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The MEC said the management of the estate has been suspended with full pay "to create space for a comprehensive forensic investigation that will determine what went wrong at this once thriving economic hub of the Pondoland and the province.
In Pioneers in Pondoland (London: Livingstone Press, 1939[?
Countries starting with the letter P - Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Papua New Guinea, Panama, Pakistan, Philippines and ones that used to be P - Persia, Prussia, Polynesia, Pondoland and Palestine.
In South Africa, members of Indlavini youth associations in 1930s Pondoland wore wide flapping bell bottom trousers to distinguish themselves from Christian converts who tended to wear pants with narrow legs.
These practices included deciding court cases (although in Pondoland itself chiefs kept some authority to hear cases), allocating land to individual families for farming, and the adoption of certain symbols of the chief's authority.
Qabula is currently unemployed and living in Pondoland.
17)Norman Etherington, Preachers, Peasants and Politics in Southeast Africa, 1835-1880: African Christian Communities in Natal, Pondoland and Zululand (London: Royal Historical Society, 1978), 63, 64.
Following the coup, Sigcau became a member of Parliament for Eastern Pondoland before being given a cabinet post as works and energy minister.
By December its inexorable advance had extended to Pondoland and the Transkeian territories.
It was in the effort to break into a mine that was dominated in part by a long history of racial paternalism and indirect rule, and in part by the self-consciously counter-revolutionary unions of the IFP, that the NUM found itself drawing on the secret regimental organizations of isiXhosa-speaking migrants, mostly from Pondoland (Donham 2011: 141-4, 151).