Synonyms for pietersburg or Related words with pietersburg
Examples of "pietersburg"
1992 Volkskas Atelier,
Upon their eventual retirement, the engines "Nylstroom" and "
" were plinthed outside the Nylstroom and
Retief Goosen (born 3 February 1969) was born in
and honed his skills at the
Attended High school in Polokwane (Old
This subspecies is found around
, North Province.
Pillars was a South African football club.
Born in Pretoria to an Afrikaner family, Slabbert grew up in
(now Polokwane) in northern Transvaal (now the Limpopo Province of South Africa). He matriculated from the
Afrikaans High School in 1958.
and after that senior staff officer (air) of the Joint Combat Forces.
This is a survey of the postage stamps and postal history of
Tom Naudé Technical High School in Polokwane (previously
) was named after him.
Trott Nchilo Moloto (born 19 July 1956 in
) is a South African football (soccer) coach.
The pictures illustrate the "Portuguese" at work during construction of the railway to
Railway (PPR) was a private railway which operated between Pretoria West via Warmbad and Nylstroom to
. It was constructed under a concession granted by the government of the "Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek" (ZAR) to Hendrik Jacobus Schoeman on 30 October 1895. Construction commenced in 1897 and the railway was opened to traffic as far as Nylstroom by 1 July 1898. Potgietersrus was reached on 1 October 1898 and
on 1 May 1899.
Railway Company (PPR), incorporated in London on 13 May 1896 with a capital of £500,000, constructed a railway which operated northwards from Pretoria West via Warmbad and Nylstroom to
. The railway was constructed under a concession granted by the government of the "Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek" (ZAR) to Hendrik Jacobus Schoeman on 30 October 1895. Construction commenced in 1897 and the first to Nylstroom was opened to traffic by 1 July 1898.
was reached on 31 May 1899.
In 1995 Christ Church celebrated a hundred years of an Anglican congregation in Polokwane /
Her personal best jump was 14.19 metres, achieved in April 1996 in
The 2002 IPSC Handgun World Shoot XIII held in
, South Africa was the 13th Handgun World Shoot.
He commanded AFB
before serving as Director Force Preparation, Chief of Air Staff Operations and Chief of Air Staff.
The Regiment was part of the first National Defence Force parade held in
on 11 November 1994.
Leslie Charles Leach "Larry" (18 November 1909 Southend - 18 July 1996
) was a Rhodesian taxonomic botanist.
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