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The People’s Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN)
The People’s Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN)
A Brief Overview The People’s Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN) was an armed wing of the South Wes... - read
The Namibian struggle for independence – 1966 – 1990 – a historical background
The Namibian struggle for independence – 1966 – 1990 – a historical background
During the 1960s most of Africa’s countries had gained independence except for Namibia. Geographic... - read
The Herero - Nama Wars and Genocide in South West Africa
The Herero - Nama Wars and Genocide in South West Africa
 In 1904, the Herero and Nama people of South-West Africa rose up against the German colonisers... - read
Timeline of the German and Herero, Nama War and Genocide
Timeline of the German and Herero, Nama War and Genocide
<p><strong>1904</strong></p><p><strong>6 January, </strong>... - read
Congress of the People and the Freedom Charter
Congress of the People and the Freedom Charter
As the struggle for freedom reached a new intensity in the early fifties, the ANC saw the need for a... - read
Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)
Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) is a South African political organization, established by Chief Gats... - read
Mariam Makeba: Activist on Two Fronts by Connor Kirkpatrick
Mariam Makeba: Activist on Two Fronts by Connor Kirkpatrick
This article was written by Connor Kirkpatrick and forms part of the SAHO and Southern Methodist Uni... - read
ANC Women's League (ANCWL)
ANC Women's League (ANCWL)
When the African National Congress (ANC) was formed in 1912, it did not accept women as members. In ... - read
The Liberation Struggle in South Africa
The Liberation Struggle in South Africa
  1960-1994: Armed Struggle and Popular Resistance 1984-1990:- The people armed Introduction &n... - read
The Grey Street Mosque, 1880-1930
The Grey Street Mosque, 1880-1930
The Grey Street Mosque, 1880-1930 Indians began settling in Natal from 1860 when the first indenture... - read
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