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  2. Taking Chance - Wikipedia

    Taking Chance is a 2009 American historical drama television film directed by Ross Katz, from a screenplay by Michael Strobl and Katz, based on the journal of the same name by Strobl, who also serves as military consultant.

  3. Cape Town - Wikipedia

    Cape Town (Afrikaans: Kaapstad; [ˈkɑːpstat], Xhosa: iKapa) is one of South Africa's three capital cities, serving as the seat of the Parliament of South Africa. It is the legislative capital of the country, the oldest city in the country, and the second largest (after Johannesburg).

  4. Stine shakes off slow start to bowl first 300 game

    Seniors – Charles Draidford 689, Ruddy Jaquez 645, William McDermot 573, Herman Hastings 554, Cathy Bruno 603, Diana Calvitti 548 ... Kerry Ziegler 607, Wayne Thompson 600. Haja Rose Bowl ...

  5. Fernanda Montenegro – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Navegação Página principal Conteúdo destacado Eventos atuais Esplanada Página aleatória Portais Informar um erro Colaboração Boas-vindas Ajuda Página de testes Portal comunitário Mudanças recentes Manutenção Criar página Páginas novas Contato Donativos Ferramentas Páginas afluentes Alterações relacionadas Carregar ficheiro Páginas especiais Hiperligação permanente ...

  6. 1960 South African republic referendum - Wikipedia

    A referendum on becoming a republic was held in South Africa on 5 October 1960. The Afrikaner-dominated right-wing National Party, which had come to power in 1948, was avowedly republican, and regarded the position of Queen Elizabeth II as head of state as a relic of British imperialism.

  7. Walker, Texas Ranger - Full Cast & Crew - TV Guide

    Learn more about the full cast of Walker, Texas Ranger with news, photos, videos and more at TV Guide

  8. British Empire in World War II - Wikipedia

    Afrikaner nationalism was a factor in South Africa, but the anti-British and pro-neutrality Afrikaner prime minister J. B. M. Hertzog was replaced by a narrow vote of the South African parliament in 1939 by Jan Smuts, a fellow Afrikaner who was an enthusiastic supporter of the British Empire. The Smuts government closely cooperated with London ...

  9. Television in South Africa - Wikipedia

    Dr. Albert Hertzog, Minister for Posts and Telegraphs at the time, argued that "the effect of wrong pictures on children, the less developed and other races can be destructive". Declaring that TV would come to South Africa "over [his] dead body," [4] Hertzog denounced it as "only a miniature bioscope which is being carried into the house and ...

  10. Fricker Jr., Beichey bowl their way to Masters titles

    Seniors - Wayne Thompson 696, Keith Schaffer 696, Karl Newman 672, Lale Byers 662, Dave Sickles 661, Randy Southwick 658, Ken Quire 626, Jerry Fulmer 609, Lamont Christman 604, Steve Lowe 591 Haja ...

  11. History of South Africa - Wikipedia

    Republic of South Africa; Use: Civil and state flag, civil and state ensign: Design: The flag of Republic of South Africa was adopted on 26 April 1994. It replaced the flag that had been used since 1928, and was chosen to represent multiculturalism and ethnic diversity in the country's new, post-apartheid democratic society.