Official language of South Africa derived from Dutch.
A derogatory word for a homeless person or someone who is not a part of working society. Originated from the Afrikaans word "Berg" which translates to "mountain."
Able to speak two languages.
A South African of Dutch descent, usually referred to as a farm worker.
The native people from South Africa.
South African term for mixed-race citizens with a white parent and a black parent.
An art style where objects are represented geometrically.
Member of a small independent group fighting illegally against a larger force.
Violent young troublemakers or gang members.
Systematically teach an accepted point of view over a long period of time in order to convey a popular opinion.
Offensive and insulting term for a black African, used mostly in the apartheid era.
A continuing sound as in a voice that is unchanging in pitch or without intonation.
Present everywhere at the same time.
A member of the peer leadership teams at schools in South Africa.
Toy race track simulating the Grandprix.
A person with a superior position in society.
Atonement for something wrong or sinful.
One hundred year celebration.
To move in a loping fashion.
Any of a genus (Protea of the family Proteaceae, the protea family) of African evergreen shrubs often grown as ornamentals for their showy bracts and dense flower heads (m-w.com).