Synonyms for umlazi or Related words with umlazi
Examples of "umlazi"
Mangosuthu Highway is the most popular road in
and it links the residents to the many sections. There are now three shopping malls in
, the Philani Mega Mall, Kwa-Mnyandu Mall and
Mega City Mall which is located just off the freeway that exits to
. The recently built KwaMnyandu Shopping Centre opened its doors on the 5th of June 2014.
A third ship, "
", arrived in 1911. Passenger lists have been made available online.
A particularly impressive specimen was reported from the vicinity of
On 19 November 1981, her husband was brutally assassinated by Vlakplaas agents led by Dirk Coetzee in
township, south of Durban. He had multiple stab wounds and his body was found near the soccer field in
. It was claimed by police general Dirk Coetzee that her husband was murdered by the African National Congress (ANC) which she vigorously refuted.
She probably moved to
Township in 1967 following the demolition of Umkhumbane informal settlement by the apartheid government. Mboxela used her house at
Township as a safehouse for MK cadres who were operating in Durban and others areas of the country.
According to legend, the name
comes from "umlaza", the Zulu word for the sour acid produced from fermented or sour milk. It is believed that when King Shaka was passing through the area, he refused to drink from a local river claiming it had the taste of "umlaza". The area was called
after this incident.
Big Nuz is a South African kwaito music group whose original line-up consisted of Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo, Sbusiso “R Mashesha” Khoma and Mzi “Danger” Tshomela. Formed in 2002, the group originates from
township on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa , located south-west of Durban and named after the car registration of that township, NUZ (Natal
Okmalumkoolkat was born in
, Durban. After graduating from college, Okmalumkoolkat moved to Johannesburg where he met Doctor SpiZee, with whom he formed Dirty Paraffin.
Sibusiso Spoko Ntuli (born 10 October 1988 in
) is a South African football midfielder who currently plays for Milano United.
Khanyi Dhlomo (born 17 December 1974 in
, KwaZulu-Natal) is a South African TV Host and the founder and CEO of Ndalo Media and Ndalo Luxury Ventures.
The township has two FET Colleges,
Coastal College V and BB Campuses, which are the equivalent of American Community Colleges, and a university, Mangosuthu University of Technology.
The movement has, working together with Abahlali baseMjondolo, also organised a number of protests from the Zakheleni shack settlement in
is a township on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, located south-west of Durban. It is the fourth largest township in South Africa, after Soweto, Tembisa and Katlehong. The township is the only township in the country that has its own registration plate, which is NUZ.
is divided into 26 sections, A through to Z, with the exception of I, O and X, but with an addition of AA, BB and CC.
There are schools that produce 100% Matric (Grade 12) pass rate, including Ogwini Comprehensive Technical High School (
ComTech), Menzi High School, Velabahleke High School and Zwelibanzi High School. About 30% of homes in
are informal settlements (tin and wooden shacks). Most of these informal settlements have been demolished and replaced with brand new homes and roads that are part of the Residential Development Project (RDP).
In the 1980s, isicathamiya competitions were held in male hostels such as Glebeland, in
, one of townships in Durban. The groups were allowed to perform two songs adhering to the competition formation.
After his death, many people who had run away from Siphiwe Mvuyane came out of hiding and celebrated his death. Braai's (barbeques) were held literally throughout
Township and adjacent townships to celebrate his demise.
Almost all sections in
have a clinic and a police station. The King Zwelithini Stadium, which is located on the Mangosuthu Highway, has been revamped for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The film show life in the South African township of Durban's
through seven pupils of Velabahleke High School, Velabahleke ("Come with a Smile"), as they come together under their headmaster Mr. Mtshali.
Victoria Nonyamezelo Mxenge, (1 January 1942, King William's Town, Eastern Cape - 1 August 1985
, Durban, Natal) was a South African anti-apartheid activist; she was trained as a nurse and midwife, and later began practising law.
Ogwini Comprehensive Technical High School is located at
, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, located south-west of Durban. It had 3149 registered students in 2014.it is known for its good performance s in exams
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