Slagplaas (Afrikaans Edition) e-book
by Koos Prinsloo
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Prinsloo is an Afrikaans surname. The name is derived from the Dutch word Prins (meaning prince), and a Loo suffix meaning clearing in a forest. Variant spellings include Prinzloo and Prinslo. It can refer to: Behati Prinsloo (born 1989), Namibian model. Boom Prinsloo (born 1989), South African rugby player. Christine Prinsloo (born 1952), Zimbabwean hockey player. Hanli Prinsloo, South African freediver and ocean conservationist. Gouws Prinsloo (born 1990), South African rugby player.
Koos (Jakobus Petrus) Prinsloo was born on 15 April 1957 in Eldoret in. .
Koos (Jakobus Petrus) Prinsloo was born on 15 April 1957 in Eldoret in Kenya and moved to to South Africa with his parents in 1962. He matriculated at Hoërskool Newcastle in 1975 and completed an honors degree in Afrikaans at the University of Pretoria. The four books (Jonkmanskas, Die hemel help ons, Slagplaas and Weifeling) in this collection of Koos Prinsloo’s works are now in print 25 years after his first book was published in 1982.
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