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South Africa’s first democratic elections end as counting begins

Friday, 29 April 1994
Counting began two days after the first ever democratic elections in South Africa. ..
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1976 According to the government-appointed Cillie Commission of Enquiry 575 people died. Police action resulted in 451 ...read more
1859 After protracted negotiations between the Natal Government and the British Secretary of State for the Colonies, ...read more
Historical Context to Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki 1932 Epainette Moerane (Ma Mofokeng Clan Name) Meets Govan Mbeki at Taylor ...read more
Late Pleistocene (Early and Middle Stone Age)                    800 ...read more
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18 February The German colony of Cameroon falls to French and British forces after 17 months of fighting. 21 February ...read more
1824 The Glasgow Missionary Society founded the school of Lovedale at Alice in the Tyume valley in 1824. 1877 The ...read more
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The history of white colonial land dispossession dates back to the expansion of the Dutch colonial settlement in the ...read more
The earliest human ancestors (Homo erectus and Homo habilis) have their origin in East Africa more than 2 million years ...read more
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The history of white colonial land dispossession dates back to the expansion of the Dutch colonial settlement in the ...read more

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