Definitions

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  • verb British spelling of Africanize.

Etymologies

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African +‎ -ise

Examples

  • "We are now well on our way to further 'Africanise' the life insurance industry," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Du Preez says the ANC tried to "Africanise" the civil service and parastatals too quickly, sacrificing expertise and capacity.

    ANC Today

  • Du Preez says the ANC tried to "Africanise" the civil service and parastatals too quickly, sacrificing expertise and capacity.

    ANC Today

  • Foreign Office Minister Peter Hain warned Mugabe not to carry out his threat to 'Africanise' mines and other industrial sectors in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said a minister of bantu education under apartheid had tried to "Africanise" universities, and that had not worked any more than

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There is no doubt merit to "Africanise" place names.

    News24 Top Stories

  • The African energy sector should manufacture or "Africanise" its own energy technology, rather than import unsuitable technology from wealthy countries, the South African National Energy Association (Sanea) chairperson

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  • "But [in contrast to its successes] it also stepped into the predictable pitfalls: trying to 'Africanise' the civil service and parastatals too quickly and sacrificing expertise and capacity; building a small elite instead of broadening the redistribution of wealth; re-racialising society; and allowing greed, nepotism and corruption to take hold and become part of the culture.

    ANC Today

  • "But [in contrast to its successes] it also stepped into the predictable pitfalls: trying to 'Africanise' the civil service and parastatals too quickly and sacrificing expertise and capacity; building a small elite instead of broadening the redistribution of wealth; re-racialising society; and allowing greed, nepotism and corruption to take hold and become part of the culture.

    ANC Today

  • "We are concerned about ... apparent efforts to 'Africanise' education.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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