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Christian Rudolf. 1854--1922, Afrikaner military commander and politician, who led the Orange Free State army in the second Boer War (1899-- 1902). He was imprisoned for treason (1914) after organizing an Afrikaner nationalist rebellion
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Manager: product development at Jasco, De Villiers de Wet, said, "The new module is tightly integrated with both the Genesys contact centre platform and the Libra recorder.
Daniel de Wet slipped while helping with a production breakdown 3.
Meanwhile, Hazel De Wet, the UNMISS state coordinator also cautioned the public against entering the UN base with weapons.
The top three competitors will receive not only bragging rights, but cash, with the top three splitting $10,000 in prize money according to Pierre de Wet, founder of Kiepersol Enterprises.
Chic Cuisine is the brainchild of executive chef De Wet and chef Abdul Aziz, who along with a culinary team of professionals from seven different nationalities spent over three months creating, improving and evolving the cuisine to its modern contemporary reflection of Dubai that it is today.
She does, however, believe that the local pair of Gielie van Wyk and Sven Ahrens have the potential to win a medal, although South African champion Tobie de Wet and Angolan champion Paulo Silva are the clear favourites of the 30 shooters competing.
Financial literacy will also be provided to help young customers to learn about money management, said Anton de Wet, managing executive for client engagement at Nedbank.
The Miss Congeniality prize was awarded to the Western Cape's 19-year-old Danelle De Wet.
But I think it will be difficult for gold to break out of that range," Standard Bank analyst Walter de Wet said.
Die gegewe konteks van die drama is 'n realistiese een, maar soos in baie werke van De Wet lewer elke nuwe teks verrassende nuwe werklikhede op uit die ou herkenbare konteks.
Among the very best playwrights to emerge in South Africa over the past century or more, and certainly one of the foremost of her generation, Reza de Wet had an extraordinary record as a creative artist over the past 25 years, and contributed immensely to the stabilisation and enrichment of South African theatre in its passage from a theatre of protest and propaganda to one of contemplation and healing.
To make up for this, De Wet said she'll just phone her family back home to share the festive mood.