D. F. Malan

Daniël François Malan (Afrikaans pronunciation: [ˈdɑːni.əl franˈswɑ mɑ'lan]; 22 May 1874 – 7 February 1959) was a South African politician who served as the fourth prime minister of South Africa from 1948 to 1954. The National Party implemented the system of apartheid, which enforced racial segregation laws, during his tenure as Prime Minister. == Early life == Malan was born in Riebeek-West in the Cape Colony.

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SU: Stellenbosch University · 1935

Letter from D.F. Malan declining an invitation to an event of the dramatic organisation of Dagbreek residence.


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August 29, 1958. Dr D. F. Malan seen here with his personal bodyguard. © Times Media


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Circa 1950s. Dr. D. F. Malan with his wife at Pretoria. © Times Media


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the main Orlando Communal Hall at 8 p.m, Dr. D. F. Malan is due to arrive in London early next week to Ours": ')peaking in the Senate last week, Dr, D. F. Malan said that the Government stood for the rights Zealand Ceylon, India, Pakistan le Burma Dr. D. F. Malan, Tonakgolo . e: Mmuso oa South Africa le eena


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double-barrelled Minis­ ter of Religion and Politics, Dr. D. F. Malan, believes that princi­ ples are the impediments Arab-beleagured land. To-day, I have no doubt, Dr. D. F. Malan and Mr. John Foster Dulles would support


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Government in the House of A. sernbly la t we k, Dr. D. F. Malan, I ader of the Na- Jonah t Party. complained


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l'Ol1t'f'rte form, Thc Pl'im(' Minic;wt', Dr. D, F, Malan. in his hrnnrka,-. 0 the nation i Iv :lftC'1' 'y.:> Youth League dii n t part _ E~ ecut ve D F . Malan, ]f>gore se seke sa po- cipate In l- ~ A..>:-;(


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fascist-minded elements led by Oswald Pirow and Dr* D#F#Malan have openly and persistently obstructed the par­


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of Africans in 1936. The Prime Minister Dr. D. F. Malan wants to carry this policy to its logical conclusion (Nga J. 'M. Ncmukula) Muvhuso rnuswa wa Dr. D. F. Malan, :1I1ea vha one muingamcli wa \\"0, wo khwathisa


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Prime 'V ,}: 1t o Te'l"'> tt 'TI Minister, Dr. D. F. Malan, to thn;r t hildrc n. ' call a round-table conference Brookes' in- tvrvicw with the Prime Minister, Dr. D. F. Malan. in connection with the May Day riots. Mrs. Balhngcr


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