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OR Tambo District Municipality

OR Tambo is one of the 7 districts of Eastern Cape province of South Africa. The seat of OR Tambo is Mthatha (formerly spelt ''Umtata''). The vast majority (94%) of its 1,364,943 people speak Xhosa (2011 Census). The district is named after Oliver Tambo. The district code is DC15.The district is within Wild Coast Region.===Local municipalities===The district contains the following local municipalities:After the 2011 municipal election, OR Tambo District shrunk, with Mbizana and Ntabankulu local municipalities... read more

OR Tambo Cosmos

OR Tambo Cosmos is a South African football (soccer) club from Mthatha, Eastern Cape that participates in the Vodacom League.==External links==Category:Soccer clubs in the Eastern CapeCategory:1997 establishments in South Africa read more

OR Tambo (disambiguation)

Oliver Tambo (1917–1993), known as O.R., was a South African anti-apartheid politician and revolutionary.OR Tambo may also refer to the following things named after him: read more

Tambo Colorado

Tambo Colorado is a well-preserved Inca adobe complex near the coast of Peru, also known under the Quechua names Puka Tampu ("red resting place"), Pukallaqta ("red place") or Pukawasi ("red house").== Location ==The site is located just inland from the south coast of Perú in the Pisco River Valley about 40 km along the highway to Ayacucho known as the ''Via de los Libertadores'', close to the town of Pisco. Initial reports from the 2007 Peru earthquake reported no major damage to the site.A... read more

Dali Tambo

Dali Tambo is a South African a media personality best known as the presenter of the SABC television talk-show 'People of the South' and as the founder of the anti-apartheid organisation Artists Against Apartheid.==Early life==Dali Tambo is the son of Oliver Tambo, former president of the African National Congress, and Adelaide Tambo. Tambo attended Lancing College in West Sussex, United Kingdom. He then went on to study at the American University and the Sorbonne in Paris, France where he acquired... read more

Tambo, Queensland

Tambo is a town located in Central West Queensland , Australia, on the banks of the Central West QueenslandBarcoo River . Tambo is southeast of the town of Blackall via the BlackallLandsborough Highway , and approximately north west of the state capital, BlackallLandsborough HighwayBrisbane . At the , Tambo had a population of 345.The town was settled in 1863, making it the oldest town in western Queensland. Like much of the west, sheep became the mainstay of the economy. The town takes its... read more

Oliver Tambo

Oliver Reginald Tambo (27 October 1917http://www.sahistory.org.za/people/oliver-reginald-tambo24 April 1993) was a South African anti- apartheid politician and revolutionary who served as apartheidPresident of the apartheidPresidentAfrican National Congress (ANC) from 1967 to 1991.==Early life== Oliver Reginald Tambo (fondly known as O. R.) was born on 27 October 1917, his father was Mzimeni and his mother was called Julia. He was born in the village of apartheidPresidentAfrican National... read more

Category:People from OR Tambo District Municipality

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Shooting is the act or process of discharging s or other s such as or s. Even the firing of , s, and s can be called shooting. A person who specializes in shooting is a . Shooting can take place in a or in the field in , in , or in .==Competitive shooting==Marksmanship has inspired competition, and in several countries rifle clubs started to form in the 19th century. Soon international shooting events evolved, including (from 1896) and (from 1897). The still administers Olympic and non-Olympic... read more

Action of Tambo Nuevo

The Action of Tambo Nuevo, also known as ''Hazaña de los Tres Sargentos'' was a successful cavalry raid carried out between 23 and 25 October 1813, during the second Upper Peru campaign of the Argentine War of Independence, by a small detachment of ''Dragones'' of the Army of the North. The targets were the headquarters of royalist Colonel Saturnino Castro at Yocalla, and later a forward outpost on Tambo Nuevo.== Background ==After the defeat of General Manuel Belgrano in the battle of Vilcapugio,... read more

El Tambo, Cauca

El Tambo is a municipality of Cauca Department, Colombia, located about 33 kilometres west of the departmental capital Popayán in the Andes mountain range. Within its territories is located the Munchique National Park. El Tambo is the main producer of peach palm or chontaduro in the region.Category:Municipalities of Cauca DepartmentCategory:Populated places in the Cauca Department read more

El Tambo caecilian

The El Tambo caecilian, ''Epicrionops columbianus'', is a species of caecilian in the Rhinatrematidae familyendemic to Colombia. It is known from the western slopes of the Cordillera Occidental in Cauca and Chocó Departments.The species' natural habitats are montane forests where it occurs underground or among fallen leaves. Specific threats to it are unknown. read more

Tambo (Incan structure)

A tambo (Quechua: ''tampu'', "inn") was an Incan structure built for administrative and military purposes. Found along Incan roads, tambos typically contained supplies, served as lodging for itinerant state personnel,Provincial Power in the Inka Empire. by Terence N. D'Altroy. 1992. Smithsonian Institution. page 101 ISBN 1-56098-115-6 and were depositories of quipu-based accounting records. Individuals from nearby communities within the Inca empire were conscripted to serve in the tambos, as part... read more

Tambo River (Victoria)

The Tambo River or ''Berrawan'' is a perennial river of the Mitchell River catchment, located in the East Gippsland region of the Australian state of Victoria. With a total length in excess of , the Tambo River is one of the longest rivers in the East Gippsland drainage basin, extending from the steep forested southern slopes of the Victorian Alps through forest and farmland to the Gippsland Lakes.===Course===The confluence of the Tambo River and the Haunted Stream near Tambo CrossingThe Tambo River... read more

Shire of Tambo (Queensland)

The Shire of Tambo was a local government area located in central Queensland south-east of the town of Blackall. It covered an area of , and existed as a local government entity from 1881 until 2008, when it amalgamated with neighbouring Shire of Blackall to form the Blackall-Tambo Region.The council consisted of a Mayor and 9 elected councillors. No wards or electoral divisions existed.The Barcoo River travels through the shire's former area on its way to Cooper Creek and eventually Lake Eyre. Like... read more


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