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|ZS-SAJ (cn 23027/583)|
The name given to this aircraft is "Ndizani" which is a Zulu word meaning "We are flying"
This unusual airplane is in the special colors of South African Airways that the airline painted the plane that carried that country's Olympic athletes to the games 1996 in Atlanta.
|The Currie Cup came to be part of South African rugby lore in 1891 during the first ever tour to these shores by Bill Maclaganís team from the British Isles.|
It was given to Maclagan by Sir Donald Currie (founder of the Castle Shipping Line) with instructions that it should be awarded to the first side to beat the tourists and thereafter become a floating trophy for a South Afric...
|The current Chief of the South African Navy is Vice- Admiral Rofiloe Johannes Mudimo. Currently the SA Navy is classified as a small navy. There are roughly 5000 active uniformed members augmented by 1500 civilians and 1000 reserve members.|
A budget of roughly R1.8 billion ($230 million at 2008 exchange rates) was allocated for the Navy for the 2008-2009 fiscal year. There are cu...
|The official Residency of the President of South Africa||09/23/2005||1,057|
|The African Cup of Nations is the main international football competition for CAF nations. It has been held every two years since 1968, and before that was held at irregular intervals.|
In the first African Cup of Nations in 1957, there were only three participating nations: Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia. Since then the field has grown to include almost every African nation, thus maki...
|British Aerospace BAe-748-372 Srs. 2B|
An Airquarius HS-748 plane departed Bloemfontein for a mail flight to George around 04:00. The crew allowed a passenger to board the flight. Hansie Cronje, a former South African cricket captain who had missed a South African Airlines flight. Weather was poor at Geor...
|This file shows the islands under South African jurisdiction.||02/16/2013||403|
|Kyalami track in South Africa. It served as the longtime host of the South African Grand Prix up until 1993. It now serves as a club circuit.||07/08/2006||1,114|
|This is the location as reported by www.News24.co.za as to the location of the street circuit for A1 GP in South-Africa.||09/21/2005||579|
|"Ndizani" stored at the International Airport. ||08/19/2007||646|
|Vic's Viking Garage is a well known landmark in Johannesburg and takes it's name from the Vickers Viking that previously occupied the roof. This is an ex South African Air Force Shackleton.|
The Avro Shackleton was a British long-range maritime patrol aircraft for use by the Royal Air Force. It was developed by Avro from the Avro Lincoln bomber with a new fuselage. It was original...
|South African power plant.
Power plant near Kriel (east of Johannesburg), South Africa. Seems to show at least six cooling towers; best information available seems to indicate facility is a Thermal Power Station, rather than nuclear.