Africanisation love

Definitions

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  • noun British spelling of Africanization.

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Examples

  • Furthermore, the company itself has a good record for the "Africanisation" of its workforce.

    And even murkier…

  • Mugabe also signalled that other industrial sectors could be targeted for "Africanisation," the newspaper reported.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For the Desais and tens of thousands of others, all that changed with the "Africanisation" policies that saw them expelled and flee to Britain.

    The Guardian World News

  • The untrained think that absence of a wheeze rules out asthma. by k1980 on Thursday, 21 January 2010 - 11: 49 am The term "Africanisation" is too generous.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • The untrained think that absence of a wheeze rules out asthma. by k1980 on Thursday, 21 January 2010 - 11: 49 am The term "Africanisation" is too generous.

    Planet Malaysia

  • Africanisation brings fresh approachGunilla Priebe's analysis is framed by the concept of "Africanisation", which in relation to scientific knowledge production entails two integrated themes: the meaning of time and location with regard to researchers 'ability to represent a study object correctly and in a relevant manner, and partly the impact of remnants of colonialism on the production of scientific knowledge.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The country, already the driest in Europe, is threatened with "Africanisation" of its climate and up to one third of its territory risks "severe" desertification, according to the environment ministry.

    Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

  • The country, already the driest in Europe, is threatened with "Africanisation" of its climate and up to one third of its territory risks "severe" desertification, according to the environment ministry.

    Peak Oil News

  • It was intended as a low-key post but, in the fledgling democracy Vince found himself, not yet 25, negotiating vast inward investments and handling the tricky issue of the 'Africanisation' of Kenyan politics.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Part of the model calls for the Africanisation of parliamentary system, for example a call to have a sub-chamber where matters referred by the national Assembly on matters of national significant can be engaged and debated, without restriction of times, without heckling or playing to the gallery but with a view to deal with substance and respond to the nations and society challenges.

    Speech by Obed Bapela House Chairperson of the National Assembly during the debate on the Parliament budget vote

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