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This Day in History

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Friday, April 11, 1980
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Zimbabwean Methodist minister and theologian, Dr Canaan Sodindo Banana was selected as the first President of the newly independent Republic of Zimbabwe. He was officially inaugurated on 18 April of the same year. Banana held the largely ceremonial post of president of Zimbabwe from 1980, when the country gained independence, until Prime Minister Robert Mugabe pushed through constitutional changes in 1987 that created an executive presidency.

This article was produced for South African History Online on 05-Apr-2013

This Day in History Extra Dates
  • Wednesday, April 11, 2007
    Traditional Bushman artist Vetkat Regopstaan Kruiper  (or Longlife Together to the locals), aged 38, dies suddenly from natural causes on the farm 'Witdraai', situated outside the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. His art is unique in that it combines the ancient tradition of his people with his own innovative style and personal vision. He preferred to be known as Bushman, not San.
  • Thursday, April 11, 2002
    Wouter Basson, a scientist who headed South Africa's covert chemicaland germ-warfare operations during the apartheid era, is acquitted on forty-six charges of murder, conspiracy, drug possession and fraud.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2001
    Pfizer Inc. agrees to supply AIDS patients attending public hospitals with an unlimited two-year supply of fluconozale.
  • Wednesday, April 11, 2001
    Pfizer Inc. agrees to supply AIDS patients attending public hospitals with an unlimited two-year supply of fluconozale.
  • Thursday, April 11, 1996
    President Mandela warns that local government elections in Kwazulu-Natal, scheduled for 29 May 1996, may have to be postponed again because of widespread violence and intimidation.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Monday, April 11, 1994
    Mokdad Sifi is appointed as prime minister of Algeria.
  • Wednesday, April 11, 1990
    Angolan Government agrees to begin peace talks with rebel group Unita in Portugal.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1990
    Angolan Government agrees to begin peace talks with rebel group Unita in Portugal.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1990
    President F.W. de Klerk and two senior ministers receive a delegation representing the Anglican, Congregational, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and NG Sendingkerk churches, together with the secretariat of the South African Council of Churches. After a two hour discussion, there is consensus that violence should cease and a climate for peaceful negotiation created.
    References:
    • South African Institute of Race Relations. (1990). Race Relations Survey 1989/90, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, p. 290

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1990
    President F.W. de Klerk and two senior ministers receive a delegation representing the Anglican, Congregational, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and NG Sendingkerk churches, together with the secretariat of the South African Council of Churches. After a two hour discussion, there is consensus that violence should cease and a climate for peaceful negotiation created.
    References:
    • South African Institute of Race Relations. (1990). Race Relations Survey 1989/90, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, p. 290

  • Saturday, April 11, 1981
    Stephen Eyssen (90), SA baritone and composer, dies.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Saturday, April 11, 1981
    Stephen Eyssen (90), SA baritone and composer, dies.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Friday, April 11, 1980
    Dr Canaan Sodindo Banana is selected as the first President of the newly independent Republic of Zimbabwe. He is officially inaugurated on 18 April.
  • Friday, April 11, 1980
    The Minister of Manpower Utilisation announces the removal of the ban on the employment of skilled Black construction workers in White areas.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1979
    Idi Amin is deposed as president of Uganda as rebels and exiles backed by Tanzanian forces seize control of Kampala.
    References:
    • Bute, E.L. & Harmer, H.J.P. (1997). The Black Handbook, London: Cassell.
    •  http://www.andibradley.com/

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1979
    Idi Amin is deposed as president of Uganda as rebels and exiles backed by Tanzanian forces seize control of Kampala.
    References:
    • Bute, E.L. & Harmer, H.J.P. (1997). The Black Handbook, London: Cassell.
    •  http://www.andibradley.com/

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1978
    Fifty Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) members arrested by Swaziland government orders are to be expelled from Swaziland. They are accused of being involved in faction fighting and of providing arms and training people in the use of arms. South Africa has not requested their detention or deportation.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1973
    Forty members are elected to Lebowa's Legislative Assembly, the remaining sixty seats being allocated to nominated chiefs. Cedric Phatudi becomes Chief Minister.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1973
    Forty members are elected to Lebowa's Legislative Assembly, the remaining sixty seats being allocated to nominated chiefs. Cedric Phatudi becomes Chief Minister.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1967
    Prime Minister B.J. Vorster takes the first cautious step in the direction of a new sport policy by announcing in the House of Assembly that he will not dictate to countries with which SA has traditional sports ties, which sportsmen they may include in their teams and which not.
    References:
    • Muller, C.F.J. (ed)(1981). Five Hundred years: a history of South Africa; 3rd rev. ed., Pretoria: Academica, p. 526.

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1961
    Nigeria imposes a trade boycott on South Africa.
    References:

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1961
    Nigeria imposes a trade boycott on South Africa.
    References:

  • Monday, April 11, 1960
    Myrna Blumberg, correspondent for the New York Post and the London Daily Herald in SA, is detained and restricted.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1956
    French authorities dissolve The Algerian Assembly.
  • Wednesday, April 11, 1956
    French authorities dissolve The Algerian Assembly.
  • Saturday, April 11, 1959
    F.W. de Klerk, later president of SA, marries his first wife, Marike Willemse.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Monday, April 11, 1955
    Zamokwakhe (Samuel) Gumede, SA sculptor, is born in Langkloof, Bergville, Natal.
    References:
    • Rankin: Images of Wood, p.108

  • Monday, April 11, 1955
    Zamokwakhe (Samuel) Gumede, SA sculptor, is born in Langkloof, Bergville, Natal.
    References:
    • Rankin: Images of Wood, p.108

  • Sunday, April 11, 1954
    General China, the operation undertaken by British authorities against the Mau Mau in Kenya, ends in failure.
  • Sunday, April 11, 1948
    Mohandas Gandhi leads a batch of Resisters across the Natal-Transvaal border. He is not arrested but members of his batch are arrested and sentenced to three months with hard labour.
  • Sunday, April 11, 1948
    Mohandas Gandhi leads a batch of Resisters across the Natal-Transvaal border. He is not arrested but members of his batch are arrested and sentenced to three months with hard labour.
  • Friday, April 11, 1947
    Dr Dadoo and Dr Naicker meet Gandhi in Delhi. 
  • Sunday, April 11, 1943
    End of a four day meeting between Hitler and Mussolini over failure to hold North Africa.
  • Monday, April 11, 1938
    Captain C.D. Barnard begins a record-breaking flight from London to Cape Town.
  • Sunday, April 11, 1926
    Mussolini is greeted with royal honours when he lands in Africa.
  • Tuesday, April 11, 1916
    Willem van der Berg, SA novelist and former head of the Afrikaans service of the SAUK (SABC), is born.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau Swart: Afrikaanse Kultuuralmanak

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1905
    Construction of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the railway line are completed. Spanning the gorge of the Zambezi River, the bridge connects Zambia and Zimbabwe. The bridge is close to the Victoria Falls, Africa's greatest waterfall.
  • Friday, April 11, 1902
    Anglo-Boer War 2: General Kemp, in charge of the Lemmer, Du Toit, Liebenberg, Celliers, and Potgieter commandos (approximately 2,600 burghers), suffers a defeat at Roodewal, Transvaal, after attacking a British force of 11,000 men. Comdt Potgieter and fifty burghers are killed.
    References:
    • Cloete, P.G. (2000). The Anglo-Boer War: a chronology, Pretoria: Lapa
    •  Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau
    •  http://africanhistory.about.com/

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1894
    Uganda is declared a British protectorate.
    References:

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1843
    Britain separates Gambia from Sierra Leone.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1838
    Zulu warriors ambush Petrus Lafras (Piet) Uys and his men at Italeni.   Uys, his son Dirkie and seven of his followers are killed in battle.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1837
    George McCall Theal, historian and first archivist appointed by the Cape government, is born in Canada. He was the author of several books on SA history. Swart: Kultuuralmanak
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Thursday, April 11, 1720
    August Friedrich Beutler, official of the Dutch East Indies Company and scout of the interior of SA, is born in DinkelsbÁ¼hl, Germany.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Thursday, April 11, 2002
    Wouter Basson, a scientist who headed South Africa's covert chemicaland germ-warfare operations during the apartheid era, is acquitted on forty-six charges of murder, conspiracy, drug possession and fraud.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2001
    Pfizer Inc. agrees to supply AIDS patients attending public hospitals with an unlimited two-year supply of fluconozale.
  • Monday, April 11, 1994
    Mokdad Sifi is appointed as prime minister of Algeria.
  • Wednesday, April 11, 1990
    Angolan Government agrees to begin peace talks with rebel group Unita in Portugal.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1990
    President F.W. de Klerk and two senior ministers receive a delegation representing the Anglican, Congregational, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and NG Sendingkerk churches, together with the secretariat of the South African Council of Churches. After a two hour discussion, there is consensus that violence should cease and a climate for peaceful negotiation created.
    References:
    • South African Institute of Race Relations. (1990). Race Relations Survey 1989/90, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, p. 290

  • Friday, April 11, 1986
    Peter Nchabeleng (59), president of Northern Transvaal UDF, dies in police custody in Schoonoord, Lebowa, allegedly tortured by police.
    References:
    • Coleman, M. (ed)(1998). A Crime Against Humanity: analysing the repression of the apartheid state, Johannesburg: Human Rights Committee.

  • Saturday, April 11, 1981
    Stephen Eyssen (90), SA baritone and composer, dies.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Friday, April 11, 1980
    Dr Canaan Sodindo Banana is selected as the first President of the newly independent Republic of Zimbabwe. He is officially inaugurated on 18 April.
  • Friday, April 11, 1980
    The Minister of Manpower Utilisation announces the removal of the ban on the employment of skilled Black construction workers in White areas.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1979
    Idi Amin is deposed as president of Uganda as rebels and exiles backed by Tanzanian forces seize control of Kampala.
    References:
    • Bute, E.L. & Harmer, H.J.P. (1997). The Black Handbook, London: Cassell.
    •  http://www.andibradley.com/

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1978
    Fifty Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) members arrested by Swaziland government orders are to be expelled from Swaziland. They are accused of being involved in faction fighting and of providing arms and training people in the use of arms. South Africa has not requested their detention or deportation.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1973
    Forty members are elected to Lebowa's Legislative Assembly, the remaining sixty seats being allocated to nominated chiefs. Cedric Phatudi becomes Chief Minister.
    References:
    • Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. & Andor, L.E. (eds)(1999). Southern African Political History: a chronology of key political events from independence to mid-1997, Westport: Greenwood.

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1967
    Prime Minister B.J. Vorster takes the first cautious step in the direction of a new sport policy by announcing in the House of Assembly that he will not dictate to countries with which SA has traditional sports ties, which sportsmen they may include in their teams and which not.
    References:
    • Muller, C.F.J. (ed)(1981). Five Hundred years: a history of South Africa; 3rd rev. ed., Pretoria: Academica, p. 526.

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1961
    Nigeria imposes a trade boycott on South Africa.
    References:

  • Monday, April 11, 1960
    Myrna Blumberg, correspondent for the New York Post and the London Daily Herald in SA, is detained and restricted.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1956
    French authorities dissolve The Algerian Assembly.
  • Saturday, April 11, 1959
    F.W. de Klerk, later president of SA, marries his first wife, Marike Willemse.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Monday, April 11, 1955
    Zamokwakhe (Samuel) Gumede, SA sculptor, is born in Langkloof, Bergville, Natal.
    References:
    • Rankin: Images of Wood, p.108

  • Sunday, April 11, 1954
    General China, the operation undertaken by British authorities against the Mau Mau in Kenya, ends in failure.
  • Sunday, April 11, 1948
    Mohandas Gandhi leads a batch of Resisters across the Natal-Transvaal border. He is not arrested but members of his batch are arrested and sentenced to three months with hard labour.
  • Friday, April 11, 1947
    Dr Dadoo and Dr Naicker meet Gandhi in Delhi. 
  • Sunday, April 11, 1943
    End of a four day meeting between Hitler and Mussolini over failure to hold North Africa.
  • Monday, April 11, 1938
    Captain C.D. Barnard begins a record-breaking flight from London to Cape Town.
  • Sunday, April 11, 1926
    Mussolini is greeted with royal honours when he lands in Africa.
  • Tuesday, April 11, 1916
    Willem van der Berg, SA novelist and former head of the Afrikaans service of the SAUK (SABC), is born.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau Swart: Afrikaanse Kultuuralmanak

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1905
    Construction of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the railway line are completed. Spanning the gorge of the Zambezi River, the bridge connects Zambia and Zimbabwe. The bridge is close to the Victoria Falls, Africa's greatest waterfall.
  • Friday, April 11, 1902
    Anglo-Boer War 2: General Kemp, in charge of the Lemmer, Du Toit, Liebenberg, Celliers, and Potgieter commandos (approximately 2,600 burghers), suffers a defeat at Roodewal, Transvaal, after attacking a British force of 11,000 men. Comdt Potgieter and fifty burghers are killed.
    References:
    • Cloete, P.G. (2000). The Anglo-Boer War: a chronology, Pretoria: Lapa
    •  Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau
    •  http://africanhistory.about.com/

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1894
    Uganda is declared a British protectorate.
    References:

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1843
    Britain separates Gambia from Sierra Leone.
    References:

  • Wednesday, April 11, 1838
    Zulu warriors ambush Petrus Lafras (Piet) Uys and his men at Italeni.   Uys, his son Dirkie and seven of his followers are killed in battle.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau

  • Tuesday, April 11, 1837
    George McCall Theal, historian and first archivist appointed by the Cape government, is born in Canada. He was the author of several books on SA history.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau
    •  Swart: Kultuuralmanak

  • Thursday, April 11, 1720
    August Friedrich Beutler, official of the Dutch East Indies Company and scout of the interior of SA, is born in DinkelsbÁ¼hl, Germany.
    References:
    • Wallis, F. (2000). Nuusdagboek: feite en fratse oor 1000 jaar, Kaapstad: Human & Rousseau