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Stadium victims mourned Memorial for stadium victims Joy greets end of AIDS drug fight  World's top pharmaceutical companies withdrew a legal action to protect patents Young AIDS activist dies Goosen, Cink lead U.S. Open Ruling alliance to hold policy talks South Africa qualifies for World Cup Shacks demolished Mandela receives cancer treatment   Conference on racism starts  U.N. Secretary-General Annan urging to set aside their differences Mideast dominates racism summit  World leaders addresses to the U.N. World Conference Against Racism. A draft declaration had anti-Israel language Heart transplant pioneer dies  Dr. Christiaan Barnard in 1967 in Cape Town replaced the diseased heart of Washkansky with that of a woman in 20s Israel branded 'racist' by forum U.S. pulls out of racism conference
Famous Mandela speech revived AIDS drug offers spurned Funeral of black man Bus crash kills 29, injures 60 43 die in soccer stampede


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  The stampede began as a crowd tried to get into stadium to watch the match between South Africa's two biggest teams
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  Israel and the U.S. have pulled out of the U.N. Conference Against Racism after compromise over condemning Israel had failed
 
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  Conference adopted a declaration of principles and a plan to combat discrimination and refused to accuse Israel of racism


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Nov.6 Kallis takes 100th wicket Nov.15 Inquiry clears government Nov.19   Police found guilty in dog attack trial
  4 of the 6 policemen who admitted to setting dogs on 3 black men in a videotaped attack were found guilty of assault Nov.23   South Africa, India defy ICC   Countries went ahead with their unofficial test at Centurion despite it being effectively declared void by ICC Baby rape case shocks Referee dispute Nov.24 S. Africa builds lead in unofficial test England, South Africa, 29-9 Nov.26 AIDS drugs battle goes to court ICC confirmed decisions on Indian test Nov.27   NNP and ANC seal alliance  Previously known as the pro-apartheid National Party will return to office at all levels Battle over AIDS drug Nov.28 Tragedy prompts venue switch Nov.29   Police jailed over dog attack
  4 white policemen have been jailed for setting dogs on 3 Mozambican blacks during a training exercise
Nov.30   AIDS drugs to be cheaper  2 drugs will be cheaper in South Africa as GlaxoSmithKline cuts 20% off the price

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Dec.2   New child rapes  16 more child rapes threaten to plunge the country into civil crisis Dec.5   Ex-first lady murdered
  Marike de Klerk, 64-year-old former wife of F.W. de Klerk, had been stabbed and strangled at her home in Cape Town
  Dotcom tycoon space bound  Russia's space agency is close to signing a deal with Mark Shuttleworth, 27, to fly to the International Space Station Dec.6   Guard held over de Klerk murder  Security guard arrested in connection with the violent murder of the wife of former president Dec.7   Guard confesses to de Klerk murder  The 21-year-old security guard was at the complex where the wife of former president was found dead Dec.8   Private funeral for Marike de Klerk  Former first lady was buried, 5 days after she was strangled in her apartment Dec.14   Pregnant win HIV rights  Supreme court has ruled the government must extend medical treatment to all pregnant with the HIV virus Dec.20   Shopping centre collapses  The roof has collapsed. 25 Christmas shoppers have been taken to hospital Dec.31   48 killed in truck crash  100 members of the Chego family were travelling in the truck. 70 injured





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AIDS drug offers spurned Bus crash kills 29, injures 60 43 die in soccer stampede




South Africa, 2001 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Apr.1
Apr.11
Apr.11
  The stampede began as a crowd tried to get into stadium to watch the match between South Africa's two biggest teams
Apr.12 Stadium victims mourned Apr.19 Joy greets end of AIDS drug fight  World's top pharmaceutical companies withdrew a legal action to protect patents Jun.1 Young AIDS activist dies Jul.24 Mandela receives cancer treatment Sep.2 Heart transplant pioneer dies
  Dr. Christiaan Barnard in 1967 in Cape Town replaced the diseased heart of Washkansky with that of a woman in 20s Sep.7 Fire kills 23 people, 30 elephants Nov.26 AIDS drugs battle goes to court Nov.27 Battle over AIDS drug Nov.28 Tragedy prompts venue switch Nov.30 AIDS drugs to be cheaper  2 drugs will be cheaper in South Africa as GlaxoSmithKline cuts 20% off the price Dec.14 Pregnant win HIV rights  Supreme court has ruled the government must extend medical treatment to all pregnant with the HIV virus Dec.20 Shopping centre collapses  The roof has collapsed. 25 Christmas shoppers have been taken to hospital Dec.31 48 killed in truck crash  100 members of the Chego family were travelling in the truck. 70 injured



South Africa, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.11 43 die in soccer stampede
  The stampede began as a crowd tried to get into stadium to watch the match between South Africa's two biggest teams
Apr.15 Memorial for stadium victims Jun.16 Goosen, Cink lead U.S. Open Jul.1 South Africa qualifies for World Cup Nov.6 Kallis takes 100th wicket Nov.23 South Africa, India defy ICC   Countries went ahead with their unofficial test at Centurion despite it being effectively declared void by ICC Nov.23 Referee dispute Nov.24 S. Africa builds lead in unofficial test Nov.24 England, South Africa, 29-9 Nov.26 ICC confirmed decisions on Indian test Nov.28 Tragedy prompts venue switch



South Africa, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.1 AIDS drug offers spurned
Jun.29 Ruling alliance to hold policy talks Nov.30 AIDS drugs to be cheaper  2 drugs will be cheaper in South Africa as GlaxoSmithKline cuts 20% off the price



South Africa, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.7 Funeral of black man
Jul.13 Shacks demolished Nov.19 Police found guilty in dog attack trial  4 of the 6 policemen who admitted to setting dogs on 3 black men in a videotaped attack were found guilty of assault Nov.23 Baby rape case shocks Nov.29 Police jailed over dog attack
  4 white policemen have been jailed for setting dogs on 3 Mozambican blacks during a training exercise
Dec.2 New child rapes  16 more child rapes threaten to plunge the country into civil crisis Dec.5 Ex-first lady murdered
  Marike de Klerk, 64-year-old former wife of F.W. de Klerk, had been stabbed and strangled at her home in Cape Town
Dec.6 Guard held over de Klerk murder  Security guard arrested in connection with the violent murder of the wife of former president Dec.7 Guard confesses to de Klerk murder  The 21-year-old security guard was at the complex where the wife of former president was found dead



South Africa, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Feb.11 Famous Mandela speech revived Apr.15 Memorial for stadium victims Apr.19 Joy greets end of AIDS drug fight  World's top pharmaceutical companies withdrew a legal action to protect patents Aug.31   Conference on racism starts  U.N. Secretary-General Annan urging to set aside their differences Sep.1 Mideast dominates racism summit  World leaders addresses to the U.N. World Conference Against Racism. A draft declaration had anti-Israel language Sep.2 Israel branded 'racist' by forum Sep.3 U.S. pulls out of racism conference
  Israel and the U.S. have pulled out of the U.N. Conference Against Racism after compromise over condemning Israel had failed
Sep.3 Attempt to revive racism meeting  South Africa is drawing up a new text on Mideast Sep.5 Battle for racism talks compromise Sep.6 Arabs reject racism compromise Sep.7 Race summit slavery breakthrough  Conference acknowledges slavery as crime against humanity, an apology and offer a economic assistance to Africa Sep.8 Racism conference ends
  Conference adopted a declaration of principles and a plan to combat discrimination and refused to accuse Israel of racism
Nov.15 Inquiry clears government Nov.27 NNP and ANC seal alliance  Previously known as the pro-apartheid National Party will return to office at all levels Dec.5 Dotcom tycoon space bound  Russia's space agency is close to signing a deal with Mark Shuttleworth, 27, to fly to the International Space Station Dec.8 Private funeral for Marike de Klerk  Former first lady was buried, 5 days after she was strangled in her apartment Dec.14 Pregnant win HIV rights  Supreme court has ruled the government must extend medical treatment to all pregnant with the HIV virus