11 definitions by ruks

Afrikaans for 'Get lost'.
(Not a swear word! but rather crude like English 'bog off')
Used a lost by Anglo Africans.
(Means litreally in Afrikans, 'Tie your feet up'. I.e. 'Stop following me'.)
Trader: Buy dees vely cheep shuz.
Guy: No thanks dude.
Trader: Sir, u must buy dees vely cheep shuz.
Guy: No thanks.
Trader: Hey sir, I tell you, you must buy dees vely cheep shuz.
Guy: Hey, just votsek man!
by Ruks March 22, 2005
A community of Anglo Africans living around the South Zambezi and to the north of the Limpopo river.

From the historic leader Cecil Rhodes who led Anglo settlement in the district.
The name was included in the first democratic state of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia.

See: Rhodesians
by Ruks March 19, 2005
One of the Anglo living in Africa.
{Often called AAs}
(The Anglo are English-speaking people of Anglo-Saxon-Celtic descent who are scattered accross the world.)

In Kenya and southern Africa, the Anglo have established a nice culture with strong allegiance to the Crown.

Somewhat similar to the Anglo Australia culture, they are fond of 'braais' (barbecues) and trekking in the Bush.

The number 1 storybook for AAs is Sir Percy Fitzpatrick's "Jock of the Bushveld", which describes his journey as a wagondriver with his dog Jock in the Bush.

Principally there are 5 branches of the AAs: the Kirklanders (Kenya), the Rhodesians (around the Zambezi river), the Natalians (South Africa's East Coast), the Albany (South Africa's South Coast) and the Aprilians (around Cape Town).
Prominent Anglo Africans have been Rhodes, Livingstone and Ian Smith.
by Ruks March 22, 2005
Anglo African living around the South Zambezi and to the north of the Limpopo river.

From Cecil Rhodes who pioneered Anglo settlement in the district.
The name was included in the first democratic state of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia.

See; Rhodesia
by Ruks March 19, 2005
An Anglo African of the East Coast of South Africa.
The East Coast of South Africa is called KwaZulu-Natal to show it is the home of the Zulu and the Natalians.
There are areas with names such as Natal Midlands and Royal Natal National Park.

Numerous prominent golfers have come out of Natal.
by Ruks March 19, 2005
Anglo African community of the East Coast of South Africa.
See: Natalian
The East Coast of South Africa is called KwaZulu-Natal to show it is the home of the Zulu and the Natalians.
There are areas with names such as Natal Midlands and Royal Natal National Park.
by Ruks March 19, 2005
An Anglo African of the greater Cape Town area.
Comes from 'Aprilis' which is Latin for April, which is the month the Europeans first arrived in Cape Town.
by Ruks March 19, 2005

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