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why are the south africans called the proteas?

Asked by ankit shivam, 30 Dec '10 09:05 am , 2 answers

The Protea flower with pink and yellow petals, is the national flower of South Africa, and hence their cricket team is called proteas. Similarly, Sout... more

Answered by Armaan, 30 Dec '10 09:07 am

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Why are South Africans called the Proteas ?

Asked by jameel ahmed, 14 Feb '10 02:13 pm , 5 answers

The giant of king protea, South Africa's national flower, is the largest of the proteas species, which make up an important part of the Cape Floral Re... more

Answered by cyrus irani, 22 Feb '10 09:24 am

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Why are South Africans called the Proteas??

Asked by cyrus irani, 21 Feb '10 08:02 pm , 3 answers

The giant or King Protea, South Africas national flower, is the largest of the proteas species, which make up an important part of the Cape Floral Reg... more

Answered by iqbal ahmed, 21 Feb '10 08:05 pm

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OZ refers to a dangerousGas called OZONE, South African are called as Proteas as they are good protestors.... more

Answered by Anand Agarwal, 05 Jan '09 04:10 pm

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Why south African cricket team called proteas?

Asked by clone game, 22 Feb '08 02:23 pm , 1 answers

The Protea flower, with pink and yellow petals, is the national flower of South Africa. Hence their cricket team is called Proteas. Just like the Aust... more

Answered by bernard , 22 Feb '08 02:23 pm

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Why south afircan are also known as proteas?

Asked by ajit kumar, 10 May '07 09:41 am , 1 answers

Together with the Springbok Antelope, the Protea had been treated as a sometimes controversial national symbol in South Africa, both during and after ... more

Answered by dhananjay dinkar desai, 12 May '07 11:52 am

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