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Madibaland

Madibaland n. South Africa. Etymological Note: Madiba is the name of the Xhosa clan to which Nelson Mandela belongs, and it is applied to him by transference as a familiar title. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Madibaland

Madibaland  n.— «As much as I admire Madiba but I think to call every building after him is taking it too much. I am getting confused already because every town there is somenting named after him. But I must admit I like the Madibaland...

Madibaland

Madibaland  n.— «A Qunu, son village natal au fin fond du Transkei, Mandela a par ailleurs fait construire un véritable Madibaland. Au coeur du complexe, qui intègre une ferme, se trouve la réplique de sa dernière...

Madibaland

Madibaland  n.— «Archbishop Tutu affirmed that the country, which he coined “Madibaland,” had come a long way and was now reaping socio-economic and political fruits, producing more heroes and heroines everyday.» —“Why...

floor-crossing

floor-crossing  n.— «The fact that SA had the window of opportunity for floor crossing adds further value to this democracy every citizen has the right to choose the party they wanted to go to, and nobody is suppressed.» —“Zuma Seeks...

juniorization

juniorization  n.— «The survey spawned a terrible new word: juniorization. It covers a multitude of sins. When more experienced reporters left the profession because they were traumatized by covering the political violence that swept the...

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