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- proper n. An African language of the Niger-Congo language family.
- n. A plant, Ceratotheca sesamoides, placed among the Pedaliaceae (pedalium family or sesame family).
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His camp afterwards accused East Cape boxing agent Joe Manyati of betraying Bungu and the whole of South Africa by "selling" the challenger's former sparring partner, Jackie Gunguluza, to Hamed.
Bungu was felled by a left in the fourth round of the bout in
He said Gunguluza had helped sharpen Hamed's reflexes and had given away the secrets of Bungu "who is our idol".
Bungu said the best gift he could wish for was to retain his title for President Nelson Mandela.
"I shall be briefly glued to my television screen too, getting motivation from you guys," Bungu said.
Australian-based challenger Arnel Barotillo at the Carousel north of Pretoria on Saturday evening, Bungu also extended his good luck message to South Africa's soccer squad.
There is even a stationery freak (?) nicknamed "Stationery King", which is "Bungu-o" in Japanese.
After having watched him edge Erik Morales only to lose a controversial split decision the month before the Bungu bout, it was clear to me that Barrera had returned to form.
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