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  • proper noun A surname of East African derivation.
  • proper noun A place name of several African villages.


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  • Ndala was a secretary in premier Matthews Phosa's office at the time but was transferred almost 400km away to KwaNdebele shortly after she became pregnant.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Ndala confirmed on Tuesday that she had received a portion of the outstanding money but said she intended applying to the court for an increase in the R300 per month payments.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Du Plooy said once Ndala had left the scene, the two buses were set alight and third torched soon after.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This one said: "I am Ndala, the builder of ability."

    The Talking Beasts

  • Ndala, the builder of ability is building carefully.

    The Talking Beasts

  • Ndala, the builder of haste, built in haste; he entered into his hut.

    The Talking Beasts

  • Ndala, the builder of haste escaped, because his hut was finished; it sheltered him when the storm came on.

    The Talking Beasts

  • The other one said: "I am Ndala, the builder of haste."

    The Talking Beasts

  • Ndala likes his restaurant to be relaxing, free from too much noise.

    Brudirect News1

  • Acting Judge Kathree-Setiloane then gave Sferopoulous, Ndala, Majali, the other new directors and Cipro until Wednesday morning to file an answering affidavit, while Kalahari

    Moneyweb daily news


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