Our expert says:
In Afrikaans, it is known as "warm gloede". "Warm" meaning hot and "gloede" meaning increased temperature, as well as blood flow with associated sweating of the face and body.
I do think that the author made a typo when writing flashes and instead wanting to express flushes.
Dr Anrich Burger
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