- Lou·is [loo-ee] /luˈi/, 1862–1919, South African general and statesman.
- Pie·ter Willem [pee-ter] /ˈpi tər/, 1916–2006, South African political leader: prime minister 1978–84; state president 1984–89.
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Contemporary Examples of botha
By Malan, and the National Party, and Verwoerd, and Botha, and all the people who locked him up for nearly 30 years.The Meaning of Mandela
June 30, 2013
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel asked Detective Botha, “You were there, what was the angle?”
Malila said Botha and two other police officers fired shots while trying to stop a minivan.
Historical Examples of botha
But the victory was with General Botha's Government when the questions were voted on.
But, in the end, it was General Botha who cleared out the Germs.
General Botha was big, large and great in body and brain—elephantine!An Onlooker in France 1917-1919
General Botha approved of and confirmed his action in every respect.
With a heavy heart and many sad forebodings, Mr. Botha left him.
- Louis . 1862–1919, South African statesman and general; first prime minister of the Union of South Africa (1910–19)
- P (ieter) W (illem). 1916–2006, South African politician; defence minister (1965–78); prime minister (1978–84); state president (1984–89)