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ANC

1 abbreviation for absolute neutrophil count.
2 abbreviation for Army Nurse Corps.

ANC

absolute neutrophil count; Army Nurse Corps.
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The measure authorises US officials "to determine that provisions in the Immigration and Nationality Act that render aliens inadmissible due to terrorist or criminal activities would not apply with respect to activities undertaken in association with the African National Congress in opposition to apartheid rule in South Africa".
In South Africa, violent crime has been increasing dramatically since the Communist-controlled African National Congress came to power, and now it is raging.
The African National Congress (ANC) got more than two thirds of the vote and President Thabo Mbeki has promised not to fiddle with the constitution.
The 66-year-old known as the Mother of the Nation to her many supporters in South Africa,immediately resigned as an MP and also her positions as a member of the executive committee of the governing African National Congress and the head of the ANC Women's League.
The Tripartite Alliance, a political bloc consisting of the African National Congress (ANC), the South African Communist Party (SACP), and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), was the main political force in bringing apartheid to an end, and their joint political ticket dominates the new government.
An armed struggle to overthrow apartheid involved several groups, but primarily the African National Congress (ANC) and the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP).
Mbeki, who belongs to the African National Congress Party (ANC), faces many challenges.
Dempsey and Cole point out that, under the 1996 act, giving money to the African National Congress during Nelson Mandela's speaking tours in the United States after his release from prison would have been a crime because the State Department listed the ANC as a terrorist organization at the time.
And, in a wonderfully perceptive chapter, Elphick discusses the location of Christianity in the politics and ideologies of white liberals and the African National Congress.
But leaders from the African National Congress and the Inkatha Freedom Party who visited the scene said the murders had not been politically motivated.
I "knew" who murdered my friend Griffiths Mxenge, the black South African human rights lawyer and underground member the African National Congress, as soon as I read about his death in the newspaper in November 1981.
South Africa's Independent Electoral Commission released the final voting results, in which the ruling African National Congress led by Vice President Thabo Mbeki won 266 of 400 seats up for grabs in the lower house.

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