- Daniel Fran·çois [frahn-swah] /frɑnˈswɑ/, 1874–1959, South African editor and political leader: prime minister 1948–54.
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Contemporary Examples of malan
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
Yet at the time Malan wrote his early essays, such charges were incendiary in South Africa.‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’: Rian Malan’s South Africa Reviewed
November 28, 2012
Historical Examples of malan
Lem Marks talked for some minutes, and once Malan pointed with the axe.
Malan was seized by the collar and flung violently backward.
Woodford thrust the lantern into their faces and began to kick Malan.
Marks and Peppers and the club-footed Malan were all moving somewhere in our front.
Elder Malan, who was unknown to the parties, said, perhaps I was an angel.Biography and Family Record of Lorenzo Snow
Eliza R. Snow Smith
- Daniel F (rançois). 1874–1959, South African statesman; prime minister (1948–54). He passed legislation to introduce apartheid