NPA, noun2

In historical contexts. Initial letters of National Peace Accord, an agreement brokered by the churches and the business community and signed in 1991 by the leaders of the National Party, the African National Congress, and the Inkatha Freedom Party, pledging abstention from violence.
1991 K. Nyatsumba in Star 1 Nov. 12Many South Africans have concluded that the National Peace Accord has failed to bring about peace in the country...The real test for the NPA will come on Monday and Tuesday, when the anti-VAT general stayaway will take place.
1992 P. Sidley in Weekly Mail 24 Apr. 5From September 14 last year, the day the National Peace Accord (NPA) was signed until the end of March this year, 1 533 people were killed in political violence.
Initial letters of National Peace Accord, an agreement brokered by the churches and the business community and signed in 1991 by the leaders of the National Party, the African National Congress, and the Inkatha Freedom Party, pledging abstention from violence.
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