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PW Botha states that the Soviets will not prevent South Africa from attacking ANC bases in Mozambique

Monday, 23 February 1981
The regular cross border raids by South African troops, that violated the sovereignty of its neighbouring countries in order to prop up the Apartheid system, resulted in strong condemnation by international governments. authorities. This was particularly loud in cases in which South Africa violated the sovereignty of its neighboring countries in order to prop up the Apartheid system. ..
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1978/9 Exiled artists, members of the African National Congress (ANC) and other liberation movements in Botswana, ...read more
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By the 1900s African people had been dispossessed of their land and colonial rule was still in the process of being ...read more
The first treason trial in South African history post apartheid regime is under way amid high security at the Pretoria ...read more
9 July, The Executive of the South African Indian Congress (SAIC) meets in Durban and appoints S.R. Naidoo as the SAIC ...read more
1900s 1917 27 October, Oliver Reginald Tambo (OR) is born in the village of Kantolo, Mbizana, in the Mpondoland ( ...read more
1972 October and December - Strikes at the Durban docks October 1972 - when new wages for dockworkers were not ...read more
1930 Born in Randfontein, South Africa, in 1930, the third son of Eli Goldblatt and Olga Light, both of whom came to ...read more
Queen Elizabeth visits Currie's 1947 1854 15 May, The proclamation of the settlement of Durban into a Borough. ...read more
1815 Louis Trichardt and Hans van Rensburg cross the Oranje/Gariep river. June 1836, Van Rensburg leaves Trichardt ...read more

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