Tweebuffelsmeteenskootmorsdoodgeskietfontein (44 letters) is a farm in the North West province of South Africa, located about 200 km west of Pretoria and 20 km east of Lichtenburg. Coordinates: 26°10′S 26°28′E whose 44-character name has entered South African folklore. The name was used as the title for an Afrikaans lyric written by Fanus Rautenbach and performed by Anton Goosen. Translation is "The spring where two buffaloes were cleanly killed with a single shot"
Vladimir Tretchikoff - Vladimir Grigoryevich Tretchikoff (Владимир Григорьевич Трéтчиков)
Vladimir Grigoryevich Tretchikoff (Владимир Григорьевич Трéтчиков) (13 December 1913 in Petropavlovsk, Russia,...
SABC TV Broadcast 7th Dec 1977
A furniture insert and most interesting of all the late night News! Carlton Centre Bombing, Steve Biko, Concord and more. Finally managed to transfer this ol...
Springbok Hit Parade Volume 31 To 60
A blog about Springbok Hits Of The Week, Springbok Hits Of The Year, Springbok Hit Parade (Music For Pleasure) and other associated Springbok LP's.
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Pierneef 1886 – 1957
Short Biography Jacobus Hendrik (Henk) Pierneef was born in Pretoria. His father, Gerrit was an immigrant Hollander, who was a master-builder, carpenter and building contractor. (In the period before the first World War the concepts architect, masterbuilder and building contracter were not clearly defined as separate as it is today.). His father was also a…
Riaan Cruywagen - Koning van die Kassie
An illustration I did which featured was on a double page spread in a local news paper advertising SA news hero Riaan Cruywagen's new breakfast show on kykNET. Agency: Bester Burke Slingers.
Do you remember?
Doing the e-mail rounds is this piece of nostalgia that will take you back to the ‘Good old Days’ when we (you?) were still young – I have tried to find the originator of this won…