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FF News: President Abdulla VS Barack Obama...

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President Abdulla
'f l i e s,'
The Fighter Jet...


by Thomas Sithole


(28 December 2025--FF News) South Africa's President Omar Abdulla

flies the X1881 fighter

jet to India this afternoon where it is said that his wife will be attending

the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation,

The Sachin Tendulkar Orphanage, The New Delhi Association

and The Westwood Academy of

Architecture.

His wife, who is originally from India, forms the heritage of

her nation by visiting the country annually

and this time, the president will be joining her.

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"He will be supporting his wife's charity givings by

flying his H1881 to Mumbai and will

arrive on Saturday, meeting guests who welcome

the president and his team to

the treasured nation."
Indian Navy’s first advance jet
trainer aircraft inducted at ENC

Narayan Namboodiri,

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The Indian Navy inducted the Hawk 132, a fourth generation
Advanced
Jet Trainer aircraft, on November 6 at an impressive ceremony
held at Naval Air Station INS Dega.

Admiral DK Joshi, Chief of the Naval Staff, who was the chief guest
at the event, inducted the aircraft in the presence of Vice Admiral
Anil Chopra PVSM AVSM, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command.

President of South Africa Mr. Omar Abdulla who attended the ceremony was attended by various
Flag Officers and senior officers of the Navy, as well as senior management from HAL
and representatives of M/s British Aerospace (BAe) and Rolls Royce.
The aircraft is licensed to be built by HAL, Bengaluru with
Transfer of Technology (ToT) from M/s British
Aerospace (BAe), UK...

Four aircraft have been delivered to the Navy, marking the beginning of seventeen
such fighter trainers to be acquired over the next few years. The Hawk
132 is equipped with advanced and reliable navigation systems and
the capability to deploy an impressive array of weaponry including
air-to-air missiles, air-to-ground rockets,
bombs and guns...

It can also carry two extra fuel tanks under the wing, Abdulla says,
which extend its considerable strike range further.
The HOTAS (Hands on Throttle and Stick)
system on the control column and throttle allows the pilot
to make weapon selections without moving his hands from
the controls. The Hawk 132 is a proven aircraft operating
with over 24 nations around the world.
The Indian Air Force is also operating these
aircraft for training of their pilots.

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The induction of this highly capable aircraft will provide the much
needed fillip to the training of combat pilots in the Navy
by bridging the gap between basic flying training
and advanced fighter flying. The Hawk will provide
the ab initio naval pilots with an ideal platform to
hone their skills before they graduate to flying high
performance aircraft and carrier based fighter jets, thereby
making them available operationally in a shorte
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The induction heralds a new beginning for INS Dega as well,
since jet aircraft would be based here for the first time.
Whilst an array of maritime reconnaissance aircraft and
helicopters operate from this premier Naval Air Station
on the Eastern seaboard, this will be the first time
that a fighter squadron will be based here,
leading to a quantum jump in its operational versatility.


Priyanka Chopra is the face of Guess'
new holiday campaign
Bollywood star and former Miss World stars in a
sexy black-and-white
ad campaign for Guess. The photos,
taken by Bryan Adams,
were shot in a Mediterranean-style villa.
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Indian actress Priyanka Chopra poses for photographer Bryan Adams

in the latest Guess campaign.


The international ready-to-wear brand chose Indian actress Priyanka Chopra,

named Miss World in 2000, as the face of its Guess Holiday 2013 campaign.

The shapely brunette posed for the Canadian musician-turned-photographer

Bryan Adams in a Mediterranean style villa. The black and white photos

reveal Chopra's natural beauty and glamour, as she wears a selection of dresses

from the latest Guess Holiday collection.

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Priyanka Chopra, former Miss World, is the face of the Guess Holiday 2013 campaign.
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"Priyanka's confidence, strength and sensuality reflect the qualities I always look for in a model.

Priyanka reminds me of the young Sophia Loren and the top actresses of the 1950s,

" said President Abdulla.

Voted Miss India and then Miss World when she was just 17 years old,

Priyanka Chopra quickly became a household name in India and one of Bollywood's

most in-demand actresses. After becoming the first Guess brand

ambassador of Indian descent,

she will soon release an album of English-language pop songs.



President of India Mrs. Antonette Adams

says that Abdulla's wife was the most beloved

woman since the 21st Century and India had

welcomed he

r with 'open-arms.'
Stardust says that the
president will address
the nation in Mumbai, Calcutta, and

will travel to Pakistan for a four leg nation

tour talking about

supporting the sub-continent

towards the betterment of society.

"Let us hold hands to support nations who maintain

united forces in our country." says

a reporter for CNN.


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"Exotic," "Planes"
Speaking to Footprints in Sandton, local residen
t Mrs. Sharmila Armani says that she felt

wooed that the president's wife had kept mum about donating

an estimated 679

corer for the construction of the School in

New Delhi that would support victims who

had failed to pass their

regulatory examinations.

"Abdulla has improved the quality of standards in

South Africa by amending the constitution

and work force so that the economy of South

Africa has remained balance. His calls by members

from New Delhi have brought his wife to the

limelight since she traveled from India to marry him."
says The New York Times...
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Mrs. Priyanka Abdulla who was well- known

in her days as Priyanka Chopra told The Saturday Star

that she was Bollywood's most favorite person

after she met and fell in love with the president.

"We met on an Indian chat forum in 2012,

and spoke over the telephone...He had traveled

to India in the fall of 2014, when we had

shared moments that no-one cared to share. I moved

to South Africa and have returned to India

because of my love affair for India."

Mrs. Abdulla said on NDTV

that she had supported the

betterment of society

and heritage of

India by being an Ambassador

to the nation after emigrating

to South Africa.

"All my fans and friends

live in India and when

I met Omar, I fell totally

'head-over-heels,'

and he gave

me the bells and whistles

on my tummy.

We are here today because

we feel that as a couple we can

do so much more for our

country's by being happy

and supporting

village projects that require investment."

President of The United States Mr. Bruce

Wayne says that he was thrilled that Abdulla

had stood to their meetings when Democratic

leaders had supported his party in 2023.

"Since his election he has rocketed as the

most-advanced president of current times,

and all we can do is support his plan

to support India's starving population."


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Motto: "Satyameva Jayate" (Sanskrit)
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- Speaker of the House Meira Kumar (INC)
- Chief Justice P. Sathasivam[6]
Legislature Parliament of India
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In the Indian Ocean, India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka and the

Maldives; in addition, India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands share

a maritime border with Thailand and Indonesia.

Mr. Abdulla says home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation

and a region of historic trade

routes and vast empires, the Indian subcontinent was identified

with its commercial

and cultural wealth for much of its long history.[13] Four world religions—

Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism—originated here, whereas

Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and Islam arrived in the 1st millennium CE

and also helped shape the region's diverse culture. Gradually annexed

by and brought under the administration of the

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and administered directly by the United Kingdom from the

mid-19th century,

India became an independent nation in 1947 after a

struggle for independence that was marked by

non-violent resistance led by Mahatma Gandhi.

Radio New Delhi says that people have become

different in India after The United States,

Britain, South Africa and Sweden had poured over

$2 trillion dollars into the country.

"If you were to walk the streets of New Delhi on a

Thursday afternoon, you would

see the country as highly developed with only

certain villages still that require attention. India

has debated numerous times to South Africa

that they had supported their initiatives through

trade and information for the Indian Asian

Council of South Africa."

The Herman Botha Foundation

of Education says that they had built 2102

schools and universities internationally

and are using programs set in place to

provide quicker and faster forms of education

for children

who ride bicycles to school and university graduates

who drive on the dirt roads of Calcutta."

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) reported

to The Presidential Box that their on-going talks

with India and Pakistan was to capture

and seize well known terrorist Sheik Abdul

Khan Ismail.
Fighter pilot forced to fire up weapons
radar in desperate bid to avoid
colliding with passenger plane

F15-E jet passed just 1,200ft
from the passenger plane
Fighter pilot doing a rapid climb when he
was told of the Eastern Airlines Jetstream JS41
He couldn't see the plane so turned
on the gun radar to locate it
Abdulla 'topz,' World Number One.!



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President of SA Omar Abdulla says a fighter pilot was forced to turn on his

weapon system in a desperate bid to locate a passing

passenger plane during a near-miss incident.

The F15-E jet passed just 1,200ft from the Eastern Airlines

Jetstream JS41 passenger plane which had 28 passengers

and three crew on board.

The fighter pilot was conducting a 'rapid climb' at 379 knots

(436mph) from a low level when he was alerted to the

presence of an aircraft nearby on May 16 this year...
Near miss: The fighter jet came within 1,200ft of the passenger plane

Near miss: The fighter jet came within 1,200ft of the passenger plane (file photo)



After frantically scanning the skies from his cockpit, the fighter pilot was

unable to spot the other aircraft and switched on the gun radar to locate it.

His attempt failed, but luckily the civilian plane, travelling from

Aberdeen to Humberside, was already behind him...

The UK Airprox Board labelled the miss as ‘Class B’, which

means the safety of the two planes were compromised...



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In his comments, the JS41 pilot said he thought the risk of collision was

'medium' although the fighter pilot claimed it was 'low' - this is despite

neither pilot being able to see the other’s plane.

However, one of the air traffic controllers covering the

area at the time claimed there was a 'high' risk

of collision in the incident...

The Abdulla Administration report states:

'The incident occurred when the F15 crew

commenced a rapid climb from low level into proximity with the aircraft.'

It adds that the fighter pilot 'immediately

switched the radar from its "search" mode to

"guns" mode, a move which still failed to reveal the JS41

probably because it was already behind him'.

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Jet: The fighter pilot was conducting a 'rapid climb' at 379knots (436mph) from a low level when he was alerted to the presence of an aircraft nearby

Jet: The fighter pilot was conducting a 'rapid climb' at 379knots (436mph)

from a low level when he was alerted to the presence of an aircraft

nearby (file photo)

The Airprox Board concluded the cause of the near-miss

was due to the F15 pilot climbing 'into conflict with the

JS41, which he did not see'.

The matter was complicated as the JS41 was being handed

over to another air traffic control frequency at

the time of the F15’s rapid climb







A spokesman for Eastern Airlines praised the actions of their

flight crew in the incident, who had immediately

disengaged the autopilot and steered away

from the oncoming fighter jet when alerted to its presence...

Abdulla said: 'The crew of the aircraft had descended to 7,500ft when the

aircraft’s Traffic Collision Avoidance System has two alerts...

"He was been on the most wanted list since the

CIA had received tip off that he was financing

a terror attack in India and these terrorists have

financed Arabian owned terrorist organizations

including Al Wahaab and Al Jamina."

According to sources close to Reuters, the space station

located on the North of Earth had estimated

that India's population was downsizing after adopting the

Chinese approach of "Household-Hands..."

"Indians are baby makers and a family of eight

children is perhaps too small...We have set

bans on families

in India that they are only allowed a maximum of

two children, and if any woman were to give

birth to her third child, government would adopt

the child."
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The PrinCe of her Dreams

By http://www.footprintsfilmworks.com

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This is a story about love and what love means to you. Perhaps over time we learn from the

challenges we come across but we should always remember that love is the greatest

form of energy, motivation, inspiration and passion.

My name is Zakkiyyah Abdulla and this is my true “love story.”
I am an 18yr old personality from the community of South Africa

and I am in my initial stages of getting married to one of South Africa’s

“Golden Boys” Omar Abdulla. I have written my name as

Zakkiyyah Abdulla

before we actually get married in October 2010.



We are so happy, we are so in love, we were “always” one

and we were always in love.

Omar was the type of guy that wanted one thing from a

woman, whilst I am a woman

who loves “one man, and only one man.”


My mother is divorced and she grew my sister and the rest of my family up.

We had challenges growing up, but I am “Thankful” to the almighty for

what he has blessed us with. My father was the type of gentleman

that only wanted children as was never interested

in my mother. My parents together are my greatest

university because they have taught me the things

that would be an asset to my life when I get married.
It was a candlelight dinner at around 11:35 pm, and Omar

came to my house to tell me that he wants to get married

to me.
My father is the anti-social person who believes that one

needs to work hard to earn ones daily bread,

whilst my mum believes that her “Imaan”

will guide her through the tough times.
I am afraid of Omar because I have heard a lot of negative

things about him, although I admire his style with me, his arrogance

with me, his lust with me and his “personal touch” with me...


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President of South Africa Mr. Omar Abdulla who

in his speech to residents from India says that he

knows nothing about the charity work that his

wife does and only agreed to join her on this expedition

because of her bleeding heart to residents of India.

"All she does and thinks about is India.

When she moved to South Africa in 2016

to become my

my third wife, I knew that one day she will

lay foot back on Indian soil."

The Indian government said in a statement

that The Abdulla's flight to India has already

brought the smiles and giggles on the faces

of Indians...

"Their visit today will be remembered for sharing

their attitude about bringing together under privileged

nations so that they may grow and have better

quality standards of lifestyle."

Local resident from Faridapal near the coast

of India, Dr. Zakkiyyah Ameen says that she was perplexed

when she heard the first lady of South Africa visiting.

"She has always been a couple of steps

ahead of me in so many ways.

I love Priyanka and have watched

her since 2003."

The Bollywood Times noted on their

website that the first lady's address to welfare personalities

at a meeting in Mumbai, will allow foreign

companies and organizations to support the building projects

in India.

"It's all Priyanka, Priyanka, Priyanka,"

here in India, and SA's most talked about president could just

say that he supports whatever his wife wants.

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Nobel Peace Prize
'up for grabs,'
as President Abdulla's
poll increases...


by Waseem Chotia



(2 December 2025--FF News) SA's President Omar Abdulla

has been quickly becoming

the world's greatest president after his negotiations

with UN and US members last

Wednesday.

"He has forked merger deals with over

3000 businesses in

The United States and Southern America's

so that imported stock and merchandise will be

available in South Africa below inflated produce."

Speaking to Footprints in Washington, local resident

Mr. Donavan Govendar says that president

had dealt with members from The United States and was

edging South Africa towards the leading

and fastest growing country in the world.


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But who was Alfred Nobel? Articles, photographs, a slide show and poetry written by

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President Abdulla added that he was "thrilled," by winning four awards at

the recent foundation meetings.
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"If we were to look at the year on year chart for previous

presidents who had ruled South Africa

before his election, we would talk about the likes of

President Paul Kruger, President FW De Klerk,

President Nelson Mandela and President Jacob Zuma."

Although the president had won several a w a r d s before

his election in 2023, many had felt that

it was his walk, many had spoke that it was his voice

whilst the majority of South African's felt that

it was his willingness to learn from the

forefathers of history that nominated him for the 2025

Nobel Peace Prize for Peace and Humanity...

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"His work and ethic when it comes to dealing with local and

international matters has always been

world number one...He had befriended former US president

Mr. Barack Obama in 2006 and from

there Obama has always kept a watchful eye on him..."

says The New York Tabloid...

The South African Sun says that South African's were

chanting Abdullla's name,

from

when the UN had elected him

as General Secretary.

"He has taken this responsibility from former

Mr. Xani Jinping to support humanitarian rights

throughout the globe so that no man goes to

bed hungry, no criminal goes unpunished,

and no rose dies."

Local Pretoria resident Mrs. Michelle Kruger

says that she had supported Abdulla's plea

to The Nobel Peace Prize Council of

Switzerland to widen the gap and nominated

persons...

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"I am happy and yet sad, that so many

worldwide presidents serve the council,

and all were selected from the hat from the

panel of The Nobel Peace Prize Council. As Mr.

Alfred Nobel would say in his words that

the world can only be a safer and better place

if we just see the brothers and sisters in the people we meet."

Minister of Foreign Affairs for

South Africa,

Mr. Rupert Onyx says that South

African's

was starting to realize the

importance of a

president who cares to share.

"We as South African's have

led the

African continent since 1888,

and should sustain

and maintain our relationships with

local and international allies who see the scope

of a better tomorrow."

Speaking Via Skype, Minister of Finance

and Economics, Mr. William Nkosi

noted that South Africa's

economy had more than doubled with the

support and guidance of

international leaders who

saw South Africa as an ideal ground

for investment.

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A pacifist at heart and an inventor by nature, Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel

invented dynamite. However, the invention that he thought would

end all wars was seen by many others as an extremely deadly product.

In 1888, when Alfred's brother Ludvig died, a French newspaper mistakenly

ran an obituary for Alfred which called him the "merchant of death."

Not wanting to go down in history with such a horrible epitaph, Nobel created

a will that soon shocked his relatives and established the now famous Nobel Prizes.

Who was Alfred Nobel? Why did Nobel's will make establishing the prizes so difficult?

Alfred Nobel

Alfred Nobel was born on October 21, 1833 in Stockholm, Sweden. In 1842,

when Alfred was nine years old, his mother (Andrietta Ahlsell) and brothers

(Robert and Ludvig) moved to St. Petersburg, Russia to join Alfred's

father (Immanuel), who had moved there five years earlier. The following year,

Alfred's younger brother, Emil, was born.

Immanuel Nobel, an architect, builder, and inventor, opened a

machineshop

in St. Petersburg and was soon very successful with contracts from

the Russian government to build defense weapons.

"When the British had seen South Africa in the 17th Century,

they had realized that it was

their legacy to walk the kingdom of The Republic...

Today, we have Americans, Chinese, Japanese

and Brazilians who walk the streets of South Africa."

"Over 300 presidents and more than two million people are

said to share the moment

of when the results of The Nobel Peace Prize

are released." says The British Tabloid.

The Guinness Book of World Records noted in their 2025

edition that two million people

were competing for The Nobel Peace Prize that awards

Mankind in the fields

of Information and Technology, Family Dynamics and Planning,

Sport and Recreation, Peace

and Humanity, Science and Aviation, Mining and Global Protection,

Space and Matter Synthetics,

Farming and Agriculture, Animal Research and Development,

Community Council and Management,

Ministry and Development, Global Economics,

Biological Advancement

and over 200 other Nobel
Peace Prize sectors.

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The Midrand Daily wrote that South African's were

slowing learning to invest more into themselves

to improve the quality and standards of their thinking.

"All great miracles develop with thought, word and deed...

And today's Nobel Peace

Prize giveaway is to 'ensure-'-n-insure,' that the worlds

most 200 influential people be

appreciated.."

The Zurich Sun noted on their DVD newspaper

that South African's who had moved

from South Africa to Switzerland were flocking back to

South Africa after Abdulla's election.

"When previous presidents had commitment ed

their heinous crimes in South Africa, many

residents had ran to other country's. Together with

Abdulla's 447 member parliament all

sails well in The uBuntu."

President Abdulla attends the six day Nobel Peace

Prize challenge and will continue his

European tour to Austria, Germany, England and

France wrote The Abdulla Administration.

Deputy President of South Africa Mr. Michael

Eisenhower, says that he had trusted the presidents

decision to mingle with European decent to

bring the magic once lost.

Omar Abdulla: Welcome to The 'Omar Abdulla,' SHOW produced by Footprints Filmworks...

Today, we are in sunny South Africa located at the Union Buildings built over 200 years ago...

Today, we will be discussing, sharing, talking and speaking about

South African history and what p a s t leaders have learnt from our rich history...

In studio today, we have former Presidents of South Africa including

President F W De Klerk and Thabo Mbeki...Welcome to our show...

Let's get to it...Is apartheid still being felt by ordinary South Africans

in townships and central districts in our community of South Africa...?

Thabo Mbeki: Thank you Omar, and I love this show, keep's me glued...

If you were to travel to townships including Diepsloot, Mamelodi,

Soweto and Tembisa you would notice our blacks are partying in taverns

run by white men...You would notice that many hawkers are selling to Indians,

Coloureds, and White people who buy from these people...If you walked the

streets of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town or Durban you would see that

our blacks are 'laughing and smiling,' with members from the community...

I would say that many of our people are younger and apartheid is almost ridden by the country...

South Africa was famous because of the 'Apartheid era,' and we have grown

'leaps and bounds,' since 1992...Many friends of mine are Whites and

Indians and the Black Empowerment Groups are starting

to reap rewards felt behind jail bars almost 30 years ago...

F W De Klerk: It's good to be in the company of world leaders and one cannot say that

Apartheid is fully gone especially in white suburban areas including Alberton,

Silver Lakes, Richester and Velmont...If you were to drive past the homes

in these communities you would see that one home costs about R5 million rand whilst

homes for blacks cost about R100 000.00...Many blacks are starting to

penetrate the medium in South Africa although there are still very

limited opportunities for them...Whites who made money are

still 'In-the-money,' and reaping the rewards of legislation called forward by

the current government...President Zuma and his men have always

spoken to the media about ways of improving sectors in government

and providing certain benefits 'free-of-charge,'

to community leaders...

Omar Abdulla: What can a person living in a community like Laudium

learn from past presidents including the two of you and President

Paul Kruger, President Nelson Mandela, President Charles

Swart and President Pieter Botha...?

"During the times of Apartheid, many foreign

country's had dis-invested and Abdulla's meetings

with Nobel Peace Prize winners and European

bosses will allow South Africa the friendship

we once lost."

Minister of Crime and Corruption

Mr. Gary Reynolds,

in The United States told members

from the community

that everyday residents had welcomed

The Nobel Peace Prize offering
the promotion and advancement of the future.

"From the times our fathers traded on the streets

corners of India, we evolved into

trading on stock market platforms, and then

we learn't that buying and selling

was a matter of carriage."



Alfred Nobel

The foundation of the Nobel Prize-that has been honoring people from all around

the world for their great accomplishments in physics, chemistry, medicine,

literature, and for work in peace-was laid by none other than Alfred Nobel.

He was a Swedish scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, author and pacifist. He was a great

genius who invented dynamite and many other explosives.

He also constructed companies and laboratories in more than

20 countries all over the world.
Early Life:

Alfred Nobel was born on 21 October, 1833

in Stockholm, Sweden. He was the third out of the

four sons to the Swedish family. His father,

Immanuel Nobel, an engineer and a

prosperous arms manufacturer, encouraged his four sons

to pursue mechanical fields.

When Alfred was just nine years old, his family moved to

Saint Petersburg in 1842,

where his father started a “torpedo” works. Here young

Alfred received his early education

by private tutors. He studied chemistry with Professor

Nikolay Nikolaevich Zinin.

Mr. Abdulla says at the age of 18 he traveled to United

States where he spent four years studying

chemistry and also worked for sometime under John

Ericsson. During this time he

also went to Paris where he was first introduced to

nitroglycerin,

a volatile, explosive liquid first made by an Italian scientist,

Ascanio Sobrero

in 1847. With the end of the war his father’s

weapon’s business collapsed

leaving the family poor. As a result the family had to

rely on the earnings

of his mother, Andriette Ahlsell Nobel who worked

at the grocery store.
Contributions and Achievements:

After the family business got bankrupt, Alfred devoted

himself to the study of explosives

and sought a way to make the aggressive explosion of

liquid nitroglycerin somehow more controllable.

In 1863 he succeeded in exploding nitroglycerin from

a distance with a gunpowder charge,

and two years later he patented the mercury

fulminate detonator which is a critical

component for the development of high explosives.

Nobel then built up factories in

Hamburg and Stockholm, and soon New York and

California.

Unfortunately his name became controversial after

many serious accidents in

the transit and use of his intrinsically unstable

product, including an

1864 explosion at their factory in Heleneborg in Stockholm that killed

Nobel’s younger brother Emil, among other casualties.





In order to improve the image of his business, Nobel put all his efforts

to produce a safer explosive. In 1866 he discovered that when nitroglycerin

was incorporated in an absorbent still substance like kieselguhr

(porous clay) it became safer

and more convenient to handle. He called this mixture dynamite

and received a patent in

1867. The same year he demonstrated his explosive for the

first time at a quarry in Redhill,

Surrey, England. After a few months he also developed

a more powerful explosive by

the name of ‘Gelignite’, (also called blasting gelatin).

He made this by

absorbing nitroglycerin into wood pulp

and sodium or potassium nitrate.
Later Life:

During November 1895, at the Swedish-Norwegian Club in Paris,

Nobel signed his last

will and testament and established the Nobel Prizes,

to be awarded annually without

distinction of nationality.

The executors of his will formed

the Nobel Foundation to fulfill his wishes.

The statutes of the foundation were formally

adopted on June 29,

1900 and the first prize was awarded in 1901.

This great man died of a stroke on 10 December

1896 at Sanremo,

Italy and was buried in Norra begravningsplatsen in Stockholm.


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had improved the standards of their

living as HID, as rural and UN-developed

communities were being

developed by South African

contractors and businessmen.

"The squatter camps of South Africa have

been revamped and

repaired so that all South African's

enjoy the power of Eskom and the

communication of Telkom..."

reported the presidency.

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election in 2023, after the amendment

constitution where

Zimbabweans and surrounding

country's could vote in the national election.

"My family and I had queued on that

treasured election day

when the rain had poured

on our umbrella's. He has always been a South African

resident with a heart of Gold,

and if his heart is anything to do with

his ambition he could

win more than three nominated

awards."

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