1974Het Suid-Western 12 Sept.The Civil Defence College gave a demonstration of simple self-defence methods, using seven Botha Babes as models.
1978Sunday Times 23 Apr. 3The college trains women in behind-the-line jobs such as telecommunications, releasing men for active service. It was started at the suggestion of Mr Botha and the girl soldiers are known as ‘Botha’s Babes.’
1980E. Prov. Herald 4 Dec.Military rules..have had to be re-interpreted at the South African Army Women’s College in George...Every year about 500 ‘Botha’s Babes’ pass through the college, which was opened in 1971 by Mr P.W. Botha, then Minister of Defence.
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