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Xenophobic violence in democratic South Africa
Xenophobic violence in democratic South Africa
Introduction Xenophobic violence against foreign nationals in South Africa has worsened. South Afric... - read
Xenophobic violence in democratic South Africa timeline
Xenophobic violence in democratic South Africa timeline
1994 to 1995 In December 1994 and January 1995, armed youth gangs in Alexandra Township outside of J... - read
The Empty Land Myth
The Empty Land Myth
The Empty or Vacant Land Theory is a theory was propagated by European settlers in nineteenth centur... - read
The Early Cape Slave Trade
The Early Cape Slave Trade
The year 1658 marks the beginning of the slave trade at the Cape colony.  During the first four... - read
Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)
Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was a court-like body assembled in South Africa after ... - read
Parliament of the Republic of South Africa
Parliament of the Republic of South Africa
Before 1910, the Union of South Africa was the bicameral Parliament of the Cape of Good Hope.  ... - read
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF): An Overview
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF): An Overview
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) announced its formation on 27 July, 2013 in Soweto. The party wa... - read
The Arrival of Jan Van Riebeeck in the Cape - 6 April 1652
The Arrival of Jan Van Riebeeck in the Cape - 6 April 1652
On 24 December 1651, accompanied by his wife and son, Jan van Riebeeck set off from Texel in The Net... - read
The National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA)
The National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA)
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) was launched in May 1987 at a three-day c... - read
The History of Separate Development in South Africa
The History of Separate Development in South Africa
Racial segregation and white supremacy had become central aspects of South African policy long befor... - read
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