The result is a history of the Transvaal
that adheres to an impeccable level of scholarship with expert commentary that is thoroughly 'reader friendly' in organization and presentation.
Germans who immigrated to the Transvaal
around this time brought some Infantrie-Gewehre M.
1) (later to become head of the department from 1931 to 1960) and together they undertook the first extensive mosquito surveys of SA covering the Transvaal
Nearby Colonial Road and Imperial Road emphasise that the Boer republics became colonies of the British Empire; Pretoria Road is named after the capital of the Transvaal
, which became the administrative capital of South Africa; and Botha Road refers to the South African statesman and soldier, Louis Botha.
This was already the case in the Orange River, the Transvaal
The directorate of public prosecutions in the Transvaal
region decided not to prosecute purely on humanitarian grounds.
Military historians should note that The Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902: from the Hunter Valley to the Transvaal
by Leslie H.
It marks the loss of seven local men in the Transvaal
Authorities have temporarily suspended the license of Turkish builders Kocak Insaat, who erected the Transvaal
structure in 18 months.
The owners of the Transvaal
Park water sports complex defend the quality of construction amid newspaper reports suggesting the popular attraction was shoddily-built.
Initial reports said the roof at the Transvaal
Park had collapsed after an explosion, but officials including Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov later said there was no evidence of a blast.
Bosman was born in Kuils River near Cape Town but lived in the Transvaal
for most of his life.