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March 11, 1992 | Times Staff Writer
South African citizens in the United States who would be eligible to vote in the March 17 referendum on President Frederick W. de Klerk's reform policies are being encouraged by their government to cast ballots today and Thursday at South African consulates. The balloting is restricted to South Africans represented by the South African House of Assembly--the portion of South Africa's three-chamber parliamentary system that represents whites.
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March 11, 1992 | Times Staff Writer
South African citizens in the United States who would be eligible to vote in the March 17 referendum on President Frederick W. de Klerk's reform policies are being encouraged by their government to cast ballots today and Thursday at South African consulates. The balloting is restricted to South Africans represented by the South African House of Assembly--the portion of South Africa's three-chamber parliamentary system that represents whites.
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June 9, 1988 | ANTHONY HEARD, Anthony Heard is the former editor of the Cape Times newspaper.
The prospects have never looked better for peace in Angola and independence for its neighbor, Namibia. But suspicions and enmities run deep in Southern Africa, and could derail superpower initiatives. There have been contacts among the Soviets, Americans, South Africans, Angolans and Cubans in recent weeks in London, Brazzaville (the Congo) and elsewhere.
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July 11, 1995 | SUDARSAN RAGHAVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Some would call it a multicultural oddity: five Afrikaners, dressed in black and belting out the blues. "I've got a wild-card honey. I said she's one of a kind. Yeah, when the chips are down. . . . Well, you can call me any time," crooned the thick-bearded bass player with a Texas twang who looked like a member of the rock band ZZ Top. To his left, a long-haired piano player was sliding his fingers up and down the ivory and ebony keys.
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