JAFTA

AcronymDefinition
JAFTAJohannesburg Association for the Aged (South Africa)
JAFTAJapan-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Financial Technical Assistance (fund)
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Jafta installs fully functioning bathrooms in the retrofitted homes.
"The assembly simply debated and voted on the motion … Therefore, we conclude that the assembly did not hold the president to account," Jafta said.
According to Jafta (1998: 38), history is replete with abuses of power from all classes of society.
With respect to other recent empirical evidence on the impact of AA on labour market outcomes, Burger and Jafta (2010) find that AA policies only marginally reduced the employment and wage gaps in the labour market.
Lucky Kunene (Jafta Mamabolo) is a teenager when Nelson Mandela is released from prison and elected president, bringing to end the years of apartheid.
It constitutes rebuttable proof of its contents when it is produced in the form of a print-out (compare the case of S B Jafta v.
With: Rapulana Seiphemo, Ronnie Nyakale, Shelly Meskin, Jeffrey Sekele, Malusi Skenjana, Robert Hobbs, Jafta Mamabolo, Motlatsi Mahloko.
On another trip, this time to South Africa, the Welsh veteran was inspired after meeting a 20-year-old Aids sufferer called Jafta in the township of Soweto.
In line with this, Jafta (1978) and Ntshinga (1993) state that the very nature of Nguni tradition forbids a woman from talking openly about her marriage situation and its inherent problems.
Some of the Zionist churches were founded in the early twentieth century by ministers with links to the Zion Christian Church of Zion City, Illinois, and in general Zionist churches emphasize faith healing, river baptism, and speaking in tongues (Sundkler 54-55; Pretorius and Jafta 211-26).
But the trappings of the players' rich lifestyle were swiftly forgotten when when they met Jafta Maje, a 33-year-old who is HIV-positive.
The accident happened between the towns of Maclear and Tsolo, police Superintendent Nondumiso Jafta said.