1. He was the first civilian to purchase a Humvee. He’s been Mr Universe, the Governor of California and married into the Kennedy family. Who is he?
2. Which character was “Prince of Thieves” in a 1991 film?
3. Honeydew and cantaloupe are two types of what fruit?
4. Which historical figure’s father was Senzangakhona kaJama?
5. Which seminal work did JD Salinger publish in 1951?
6. Which musician has had hits with “Tutti Frutti”, “Lucille” and “Good Golly Miss Molly”?
7. Silverchair, Men at Work and Midnight Oil are bands from which country?
8. Entomology is the study of what class of animals?
9. Which cartoon show included characters called Thelma and Shaggy?
10. Which American painter created “House by the Railroad” and “Nighthawks”? A) Edward Hooper, B) Edward Hopper, C) Edward Harper, D) Edward Hopkins
11. Who played the Bond girl Solitaire in the film “Live and Let Die”? A) Jane Seymour, B) Ursula Andress, C) Honor Blackman, D) Monica Bellucci
12. Name the capital of the Northern Cape province?
13. The solano, williwaw and zonda are all types of what? A) Unusually warm or cold winds, B) Prairie-like plains, C) Warm ocean currents, D) Rocky deserts
14. Margaret Thatcher was known as the Iron Lady, but who was known as the Iron Chancellor?
15. Phansi in Zulu, fatše in Sotho, ab in German and asful in Arabic — what is it in English?
16. Which author wrote the novels “The Odessa File”, “The Fourth Protocol” and “The Fist of God”?
17. How many cubic centimetres in a cubic metre?
18. With which sport would one associate South African Raven Klaasen?
19. What nationality is professional cyclist George Hincapie — domestique to Lance Armstrong, Cadel Evans and Alberto Contador? 20. The three estates of the realm in medieval times were the clergy, the nobility and the commoners. What today is referred to as the “Fourth Estate”?
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