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  • proper n. A plateau in South Africa containing greater Johannesburg

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Examples

  • London Theater "Woyzeck on the Highveld" is a retelling of Georg B├╝chner's tale set in 1950s South Africa through the vision of the Handspring Puppet Company, known for its creative incarnations of "War Horse" and "Or You Could Kiss Me."

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  • The central part of the plateau comprises the Highveld, which is between 1,200 and 1,800 m in elevation.

    Water profile of South Africa

  • The ecoregion draws its name from the high interior plateau known as the Highveld, and the expansive cover of species-rich communities of grasses.

    Highveld grasslands

  • More people listen to Pulpit every day than those tuning in to stations such as Highveld Stereo, Radio 702 and SAFM, he added.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Left, Vinay Kumar and Kohli celebrated a wicket in a match against Highveld Lions during last year's CLT20 in South Africa, September 2010.

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  • The boys played fantastic cricket, we've been talking a lot about being patient, especially in the coastal areas with the ball not travelling as far in the Highveld.

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  • Broadcaster 94.7 Highveld Stereo was to be sued for R7 million for broadcasting a song called My name is Zuma, commenting on the Zuma rape trial.

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  • Kunene said it was well known in the steel industry that Highveld followed Mittal in its pricing.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The power station fell within the recently declared Highveld

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Rainfall in ecological zones of Swaziland Ecological zone Rainfall (mm) Highveld 700 - 1550 Middleveld 550 - 850 Lowveld 400 - 550 Lubombo Plateau 550 - 850

    Water profile of Swaziland

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