Synonyms for shabangu or Related words with shabangu

iroga              muturi              nderitu              agyepong              nyathi              skosana              kpundeh              yambasu              owino              ngeno              mlangeni              wafula              moloi              aboagye              makori              mugisha              mburu              nsubuga              kekana              ruyange              tjongarero              chelule              lwiza              nartey              waweru              puriza              sibeko              okoth              ntuli              chirchir              hanekom              baffoe              mohede              ongeri              dadzie              nduwimana              mogotsi              kasirye              rwamuhanda              fibbens              kyobe              ngubane              wambua              mbugua              mworia              lahnsteiner              calitz              scatliffe              omondi              kabes             

Examples of "shabangu"
Solly Shabangu and his Shabangu family originates from here
2008: "Ten Bush" (co-writer with Mncedisi Shabangu)
Susan Shabangu (28 February 1956) is a South African politician and Minister of Women in the Presidency. She was the Minister of mining from 2009 to 2014.
Simphiwe Brian Shabangu (born 16 May 2013) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the . His regular position is flanker.
In 2005, the Queens released "Reign & Shine", another album that departed from their usual sound, featuring "a cappella" performances backed by traditional percussionist Veli Shabangu and sporadic guitar from their backing band. Accompanied by Shabangu, the group toured the United Kingdom as the support act for Ladysmith Black Mambazo between May and June 2006. In combination with their complete backing band, the Queens also headlined WOMAD 2006 in July.
Susan Shabangu, South Africa's Minister of Mining, visited the mine on 2 June 2009. She condemned the act of mining illegally but expressed her sympathies with the relatives of the victims:
In March 2003 Shabangu was charged with public indecency after an altercation with an airport security official in which she lifted her dress after repeatedly setting off a metal detector.
Bheki Shabangu (born 21 September 1985 in KwaThema, Gauteng) is a South African football (soccer) player who currently plays as a striker for Engen Santos in the Premier Soccer League.
In April 2008 Shabangu, in her role as deputy minister of safety and security, told an audience of police officers to "kill the bastards", referring to criminals. The remark was met with widespread controversy.
Mdluli was appointed as Divisional Commission of Police's Crime Intelligence Division effective from 1 July 2009, after an interview with four of Jacob Zuma's cabinet. The panel was led by Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and included State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele, the then home affairs deputy minister Malusi Gigaba and former safety and security deputy minister Susan Shabangu.
Paul Shabangu (born c. 1943) served as acting Prime Minister of Swaziland from 29 September 2003 to November 2003. He was appointed after the cabinet was dismissed in preparation for a general election, and briefly ran the government from a Japanese hotel room. He also served as the King's private secretary.
He referred to the board of inquiry mandated to establish whether Cele acted corruptly, dishonestly, or with an undeclared conflict of interest in relation to two police lease deals signed with business tycoon Roux Shabangu—one for a building in Pretoria, another for a building in Durban.
He left the Bulldogs at the end of the 2013 season to join Nelspruit-based side the . He was a member of the Pumas side that won the Vodacom Cup for the first time in 2015, beating 24–7 in the final. Shabangu made nine appearances during the season, scoring two tries.
Constance Simelane is a Swaziland politician who rose to become the first female Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Swaziland. Appointed to the Senate in 2001, Simelane became Minister of Education in 2003. In October 2006 Simelane was appointed Deputy Prime Minister by King Mswati III, succeeding Albert Shabangu who had died a month earlier.
United Nations Security Council resolution 525, adopted unanimously on 7 December 1982, after hearing of the death sentences on Anthony Tsotsobe, Johannes Shabangu and David Moise, the Council expressed its concern at the sentences passed by the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa, in addition to those of Ncimbithi Johnson Lubisi, Petrus Tsepo Mashigo and Naphtali Manana, members of the African National Congress.
The current Miss Heritage title holder is Ziphozinhle Ntlanganiso from South Africa who was crowned on November 15, 2015 in Sandton, South Africa. Miss Heritage 2015 is Ziphozinhle Ntlanganiso; RP 1st Runner-Up. Miss Heritage is currently being led by its new President Nhlanhla Shabangu who succeeded the Founding President Mr Tare Munzara.
Reign & Shine is a 2005 album by the South African mbaqanga group the Mahotella Queens. The album was a break from their usual mgqashiyo music, focusing on three-part vocal harmonies and percussion (by Veli Shabangu), with electric guitar and bass only appearing on some tracks. The album featured new compositions such as "Amazemula" ("Monster") and "Ndodana Yolahleko" as well as old favourites like "Town Hall" and "Amabhongo" in addition to the South African national anthem, "Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika".
In 2006, following the death of Albert Shabangu, Simelane was given the position of Deputy Prime Minister, the first woman to hold the role. Although welcomed by gender right groups, the role of deputy had become mainly ceremonial after responsibility for the national development authority was removed from the portfolio and handed to the Regional Development and Youth Affairs. She remained in the post until 2008.
Malema became a vocal advocate of nationalising South African mines. Although the ANC, including Mining Minister Susan Shabangu, and President Zuma, made it clear that this was not ANC policy, Malema has continued to advocate this position. His opinions on nationalisation are shared by South Africa's large National Union of Mineworkers (NUM). At a public meeting at the University of Western Cape, Malema asked: "Why should we pay for our land?"
In 2012, de Kock made several pleas for forgiveness to the relatives of his victims. In January, he wrote a letter to the family of Bheki Mlangeni, apologising for killing the ANC attorney in a 1991 bomb attack; Mlangeni's mother, Catherine, doubted de Kock's sentiments due to his prior lack of remorse. In February, de Kock had a meeting in prison with Marcia Khoza, confessing that he had personally executed her mother, Portia Shabangu, in an ambush in 1989. Khoza denied forgiving him because he hardly showed remorse during his TRC hearing.