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Zimbabwe rethink on white farmers South Africa moves to drop Pretoria Probe clears over racism. Zimbabwe Anti-apartheid icon Walter Sisulu dead  South Africa: Walter Sisulu, 90, was and long-time friend of Nelson Mandela   Mugabe tells white farmers to go  Zimbabwe: President has told white farmers defying an eviction order to quit the country   Southern African summit  Zimbabwe: Leaders from South Africa, Namibia, Malawi, Mozambique and Botswana to tell Mugabe to accept a land reform deal Racism conference ends  South Africa: Conference adopted a declaration of principles and a plan to combat discrimination and refused to accuse Israel of racism Race summit slavery breakthrough  South Africa: Conference acknowledges slavery as crime against humanity, an apology and offer a economic assistance to Africa Zimbabwe to halt land grab  At Commonwealth conference Zimbabwe's delegation agreed to halt all occupations of white-owned farms Attempt to revive racism meeting  South Africa: South Africa is drawing up a new text on Mideast U.S. pulls out of racism conference
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2018-04-02 Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies at 81 Soweto, Johannesburg
2. 2017-03-27 Kathrada: South Africa's anti-apartheid veteran dies Johannesburg
D. 2015-05-10 South Africa opposition elects Maimane first black leader Port Elizabeth, South Africa
E. 2014-10-29 Guy Scott makes history as white president in sub-Saharan Africa Zambia
F. 2012-08-22 South African gets life for killing white supremacist South Africa
G. 2012-05-12 De Klerk comment taken 'out of context' South Africa
H. 2011-02-13 Anger at Bono's Boer song remarks South Africa
I. 2010-04-05 Terreblanche party retracts revenge threat South Africa
J. 2010-04-04 Tension grows after Terreblanche killing South Africa

Kathrada: South Africa's anti-apartheid veteran dies Map of Johannesburg  Johannesburg: Veteran South African anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada has died aged 87 after a short period of illness, following surgery to the brain South Africa opposition elects Maimane first black leader   South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), has elected its first black leader, a move the party hopes will widen its... Guy Scott makes history as white president in sub-Saharan Africa  Zambia: When Scott takes the reins as interim President, he'll become the first white African head of state in sub-Saharan Africa since apartheid South African gets life for killing white supremacist  Chris Mahlangu was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for the killing of white supremacist leader Eugene Terreblanche De Klerk comment taken 'out of context'  South Africa: Last white president of South Africa, F.W. de Klerk validated the origins of 'separate but equal' nation states Anger at Bono's Boer song remarks. South Africa Terreblanche party retracts revenge threat. South Africa Tension grows after Terreblanche killing. South Africa   Mandela's release 20 years ago marked Map of Cape Town  Cape Town: Celebrations held to mark 20 years since the release from prison of Nelson Mandela, a key step towards ending apartheid in South Africa White South African seeks asylum. Canada US court allows apartheid claims. New York Mugabe vows to seize more farms   Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe President was celebrating his 85th birthday with a lavish all-day party despite the fact that the country is gripped by a crisis Scores of farms 'seized'. Zimbabwe Anti-apartheid icon Suzman dies. Johannesburg Mugabe warns of white land battle. Zimbabwe Two more sorry for 'urine' video. South Africa Outcry in SA over 'racist' video  South Africa: Several white students face criminal charges after allegedly forcing black campus employees to eat food that had been urinated on Ian Smith, Rhodesia's last PM, dies at 88   Zimbabwe: Rhodesia's last white prime minister, whose attempts to resist black rule dragged the country into isolation and civil war, died at age 88 Zimbabwe orders 'white firm grab' Apartheid murder plotters guilty. South Africa Botha, bastion of white rule, dies
  Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies at 81 Map of Soweto South Africa

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  Johannesburg: South African anti-apartheid campaigner and former first lady and her former husband Nelson Mandela were both jailed

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  South Africa: Israel and the U.S. have pulled out of the U.N. Conference Against Racism after compromise over condemning Israel had failed
Sep.1 Mideast dominates racism summit  South Africa: World leaders addresses to the U.N. World Conference Against Racism. A draft declaration had anti-Israel language Aug.31   Conference on racism starts  South Africa: U.N. Secretary-General Annan urging to set aside their differences
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Apr. 27, 1994 South African general election ends apartheid
  The anniversary of the elections, 27 April, is celebrated as a public holiday known as Freedom Day
Apr. 18, 1980   Rhodesia becomes Zimbabwe Map of Harare Zimbabwe
  The country became independent as the Republic of Zimbabwe, and its capital, Salisbury, was renamed Harare two years later.

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