(from Arabic kfir, `infidel`), the territories along the southeast coast of Africa that were colonized by the Portuguese and British. The term ...
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Kaffraria (kufrăr'ēu) , former name for a region in the Transkei, E South Africa. Founded in 1848 as the dependency of British Kaffraria, it was added to Cape Colony in 1865.
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Kaffraria was the descriptive name given to the southeast part of what is today the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Kaffraria, i.e. the land of the Kaffirs, is no longer an official designation (kafir, an Arabic word meaning `infidel`, is now a racial slur in South Africa). The districts now known as King Williams Town and East London were annexed..
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Kaffraria was the descriptive name given to the southeast part of what is today the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Kaffraria may also refer to: ...
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