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  1. Platter's South African Wines (29th ed.). Cape Town: Newsome McDowall. ISBN 978-0-9584506-7-6. Venter, Chris: Die wynmakerfamilie van Zonnebloem, Simondium, 1915-1963, published in Historia, Volume 57, Issue 2, November 2012; Jim Clarke, The wines of South Africa, Infinite Ideas Limited, 2020; James Seely, The Wines of South Africa, Faber ...

  2. Republic of South Africa; Use: Civil and state flag, civil and state ensign: Proportion: 2:3: Adopted: April 27, 1994; 28 years ago (): Design: A horizontal bicolour of red and blue with a black isosceles triangle based on the hoist-side and a green pall, a central green band that splits into a horizontal Y, centred over the partition lines and was edged in both white against the red and the ...

  3. The DPCI was established as an independent directorate within the SAPS in terms of Section 17C of the South Africa Police Services Act, 1995 as amended by the South African Police Service Amendment Act, 2008 (Act 57 of 2008).

  4. Public universities. Public universities in South Africa are divided into three types: traditional universities, which offer theoretically oriented university degrees; universities of technology ("technikons"), which offer vocational oriented diplomas and degrees; and comprehensive universities, which offer a combination of both types of qualification.

  5. A revised coinage series was introduced for 1965. Denominations included 1 ⁄ 2, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents.Silver was replaced in coins by nickel.. Initially the coinage bore the portrait of Van Riebeeck, and later the State Presidents of South Africa (except F.W. de Klerk) or the South African coat of arms.

  6. In the past two years, Parliament embarked on a nationwide provincial 1994 Women's Charter Review session that took stock of the progress made in implementing the 1994 Women's Charter for Effective Equality, and assessed its impact since the country's advent of freedom and democracy.

  7. South Africa observed a daylight saving time of GMT+03:00 between 20 September 1942 to 21 March 1943 and 19 September 1943 to 19 March 1944. [6] South African Standard Time is defined as "Coordinated Universal Time plus two hours" ( UTC+02:00 ) as defined in South African National Government Gazette No. 40125 of 8 July 2016.

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