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Springboks beat New Zealand in Rugby Wold Cup final match

Saturday, 24 June 1995
History was made at Ellis Park Stadium on 24 June 1995, where the South African Rugby team (famously known as the Springboks) beat New Zealand in a mouth watering clash. The All Blacks, New Zealand’s Rugby Team, was neutralised by solid tackling from the South African side. Though both teams played quite aggressive, attacking games neither South Africa nor New Zealand could break through the other's defence to score a try. ..
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1500-1800 This period is marked by the advent and growth of the Atlantic Slave Trade affecting West Africa, Central ...read more
22 June 1946 —The Government of India requested that the question of the treatment of Indians in the Union of ...read more
1941 Born in Cape Town of British parents c. 1947-58 At school in Cape Town 1953 Father dies 1958 Matriculates from St ...read more
± 1000 BCE (Pre-colonial) Late Stone Age people (San/Tsam//Xam) teach their children how to hunt and gather ...read more
Historical Context to Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki 1932 Epainette Moerane (Ma Mofokeng Clan Name) Meets Govan Mbeki at Taylor ...read more
1943 23 February, Abu Baker Asvat is born in Vrededorp, Gauteng. 1961 Asvat graduates from Johannesburg Indian High ...read more
1900 7 May, Paul Kruger addresses the volksraad for the last time before being forced to travel on the Delagoa line to ...read more
22 June 1946 —The Government of India requested that the question of the treatment of Indians in the Union of ...read more
1859 After protracted negotiations between the Natal Government and the British Secretary of State for the Colonies, ...read more

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