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    such a large region of Africa. There is also information that is evident in my research question of the Zulu Kingdom having an impact in South Africa. The Zulu’s had managed to make a provisional government when they were combined with the colony of Natal and after the many years of their existence they had managed to keep their tribe name. Shaka Zulu and the Zulu kingdom had been very significant the creation of South Africa.

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    Malaria And DDT, It’s effects

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    Malaria is a disease which is caused by parasites (Plasmodium falciparum) carried by mosquitoes and transmitted to humans by bite from the infected mosquito. Malaria occurs in tropical countries mostly in rural villages, townships, and close spaced shacks away from the urban cities where there are lack of access to the proper healthcare for the disease. Malaria has killed many people on the African continent. And even though there are proper treatments for the disease now, many people don’t have

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    A "Net" Loss

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    hysteria in South Africa, much like in the movie, “Jaws”. Over a 107-day stretch, known as “Black December”, sharks killed five people in the resort beaches off the coast of KwaZulu Natal. To calm the fears of vacationers and residents, the newly formed Natal Sharks Board installed over 200 miles of nets along the KwaZulu Natal province coast. The nets were extremely effective. The nets reduced shark attacks by 90 percent, catching an average of 1,245 sharks per year. (Marshall) Shark nets are adding

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    Alan Paton Sparknotes

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    personal background, influences, and take major works into consideration, along with many other accomplishments. In this paper, we will explore some important events in South African novelist Alan Paton’s life. Alan Paton was born in Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa in 1903. He was born Alan Stewart Paton and was the son of Eunice Warder Paton and James Paton (Witherbee 1). Alan married Dorrie Paton in 1928. In 1930 the couple had their first child and named him Dave. A second child was born of Alan

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    Jbari Bonner Mrs. Gregory AP English 23 March, 2014 Period 6 General text Summation: Cry The Beloved Country Section One: Facts on Author and History The author of Cry the Beloved Country Alan Stewart Paton was born in Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu Natal on January 11, 1903. He is the son to James Paton and Eunice Warder. Neither of his parents possessed top tier educations but his father James was deeply religious and used the Bible, and most importantly the Old Testament as a basis for knowledge

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    1. Introduction Hypothesis: Anabolic steroids are more harmful than beneficial to teenage boys. Anabolic steroids are a group of synthetic hormones that are used to boost muscle size and strength. Aim: My aim is to discover whether teenage boys consider it more beneficial or harmful to take steroids, by questioning teenage boys in the Pietermaritzburg area who have taken/are taking steroids. I am interested in investigating this hypothesis because I am curious about the effects of steroids and

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    The Zulu Clan

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    period of glory. This period of greatness came to an end with the eventual defeat of King Shaka and the annexation of the Zulu kingdom to Natal, the British state on the eastern coast. (Ngubane, 1977) The Zulu people are now enmeshed in South Africa's modern, industrial economy and society, with the largest population of them still in the region of KwaZulu Natal on the eastern coast. There has been an adaptation of traditional beliefs to allow for Christian, medical, agricultural, mechanical and

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    South Africa is blessed with 480 reptile species (Branch, 1998) and 115 known frog species (Sarca, 2009). A great deal of these species are being traded and used for traditional medicine. Despite the assumption that traditional medicine would decline with increasing urbanization and modernization, the muthi trade and use has experienced a steady growth throughout the twentieth century and remains a significant aspect of South Africa’s socio-economy and an important sector of South Africa’s economy

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    Unit Hydrograph Analysis

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    CHAPTER 1 2.0 Introduction The uses of unit hydrographs for the development of hydraulic structures within a river catchment plays a vital role. For watersheds where there isn’t any readily available information on the rainfall and runoff patterns on the river watershed, the storm hydrographs cannot be derived. Therefore synthetic methods are employed. 2.1 Background of the study The unit hydrograph is a concept which can be utilized for establishing peak discharges of a river flow from rainfall

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    In Sepamla’s poem “This Land,” he focuses more on Black South African’s heritage in order to build a sense of Unity and pride; “This land defines its texture by me/ its sweat and blood are salted by me/ I’ve strained muscles yoked/on the turning wheel of this land/ I am this land of mine/ I’ve never asked for a portion/ there’s never been a need to/ I am he land” (Sepamla, 17.) The purpose of the Black Consciousness movement was to destroy the notion of Black inferiority that apartheid has tirelessly

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