1899A. WernerCaptain of Locusts 27The man had come unharmed for a thousand miles or more, and there were no more Z.A.R. police-posts to the south-east.
1973S. Afr. Panorama Oct. 39South Africa’s explosives history dates back to 1887 when the Volksraad (parliament) of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR) decided to allow explosives to be marketed by a single agent at a fixed price.
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