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KUNS-TV print that page

being minority owned, the station was sold to Fisher Communications on September 29, 2006. [1] KUNS -TV broadcasts in digital-only, effective June 12, 2009. [ 1 ] [ edit ] History On February 10, 1988, the Federal Communications Commission issued a construction permit for television station

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/9 14:36:10

Academy of Science of South Africa print that page

institutions – the Royal Society (from the UK) and the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie van Wetenskap en Kuns (abbreviated as SAAWEK, a National Party institution). SAAWEK had an Afrikaans -language focus and was heavily supported by South African business. Based in Pretoria, it was the national

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 3:22:32

H. B. Thom print that page

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te Leiden Linschoten Vereniging The Hakluyt Society Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns 1981 Suid-Afrikaanse Historiese Vereniging For 18 years he was chairman of the FAK (Federasie van Afrikaanse Kultuurvereniginge) and he was a sought after speaker. He served as Administrator

Mimi Coertse print that page

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Coertse, born in Durban , KwaZulu-Natal , matriculated at the Helpmekaar Girls High School in Johannesburg . She began vocal studies in South Africa in 1949. [ 1 ] In July 1953 she married the broadcaster and composer Dawid Engela . She left South Africa in September 1953 for London, and then

D. J. Opperman print that page

Digters van Dertig" (Poets of the thirties) – in 1953. From 1960 to 1975 he was a professor of Afrikaans at Stellenbosch University , where he also served on the editorial board of the publication "Standpunte" ("points of view"). He died in 1985 in Stellenbosch . He won the coveted Hertzog

wikipedia.org | 2011/4/10 23:58:32

Nicolaas Jacobus de Wet print that pageTimeline of Nicolaas Jacobus de Wet

King's Counsel . He was also a founder member of the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns (the "South African Academy for Science and Art") in 1909. De Wet was a member of the Union Parliament between 1913 and 1929, serving as a member of the House of Assembly from 1913 to 1920

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/26 18:26:50

Gustav Preller print that page

The South African Academy of Science and Art Afrikaans : Die Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns ) gives out annually the Gustav Preller Award that has been awarded since 1909. [ edit ] References Antonissen, Rob. 1973. Die Afrikaanse Letterkunde - van aanvang tot hede.

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Johann Rupert print that page

Rupert grew up in the South African town of Stellenbosch , where he also attended the well-known school for boys, Paul Roos Gymnasium and the University of Stellenbosch , studying economics and company law. He dropped out of the university to pursue a career in business but in 2004 Stellenbosch

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Adolph Jentsch print that page

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First Class, Federal Republic of Germany 1962 Medal of Honour for Painting, S.A. Akademie vir Kuns en Wetenskap Adolph Stephan Friedrich Jentsch was a German -born Namibian artist, born in Dresden in 1888, and died in Windhoek , Namibia (formerly South West Africa) in 1977. He studied

Lucas Sithole print that page

University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria University of the Free State, Bloemfontein Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg University of the North West, Mmabatho University of the North, Sovenga University of Fort Hare, Alice (incl.

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