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Miners being pulled from underground  Some of the more than 3,200 miners inside are beginning to return to the surface. About 350 miners had been pulled to safety All gold miners freed from mine
Els grabs Dubai lead South Africa readies Tambo funeral S Africa in Zimbabwe rights call  S Africa has urged Zimbabwe to respect the rule of law and rights of citizens, including opposition leaders Gibbs flays six sixes in one over DR Congo rebel chief seeks refuge  Jean-Pierre Bemba has taken refuge in the South African embassy after fighting erupted in the capital AIDS-hit S. Africa out of burial plots  Residents of ohannesburg, need to consider 'nontraditional' burials, including cremation New Zealand beat S. Africa to reach semis SA braced for massive strike  Thousands of public sector workers to join one of the biggest strikes in South Africa's history Strike escalates  Thousands of public sector workers have taken part in peaceful marches across major cities as unions stepped up strike action over pay Amputee sprinter can try for Olympics Apartheid murder plotters guilty   5 former security officials in apartheid regime have received suspended prison sentences for plotting to kill an anti-apartheid activist Row over SA minister's transplant  Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, the controversial Health Minister, is facing new calls for her resignation Violent protests over Soweto housing   1 person has been killed during angry clashes between police and protesters in the township Australia are shocked by Zimbabwe India and Pakistan reach final India crowned Twenty20 kings   Giant Soweto shopping mall opens Map of Soweto South Africa  Former President Nelson Mandela has opened the largest shopping centre in southern Africa in Soweto Carter, Tutu visit Darfur to promote peace  A group of elder statesmen, including former U.S. President and Nobel peace laureate, began a tour to promote a political solution to the region's conflict 3,200 workers trapped in gold mine


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  Power has been restored to a gold mine, and some of the more than 3,200 miners inside are beginning to return to the surface
 A broken pipe severed power cables to a lift. The workers are more than 1.3 miles underground at Harmony Gold's Elandsrand mine in Carletonville, about 50 miles southwest of Johannesburg
 
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  The last of 3,200 miners trapped by a power failure reached the surface after nearly two days underground in the cavernous Elandstrand New Mine
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  South Africa claimed their second crown with a 15-6 victory at the Stade de France as England failed to become the first team to defend their title


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Nov.5   Oprah: School abuse scandal devastating  Tiny Virginia Makopo, 27, harged with abusing students at Oprah Winfrey's school for girls appeared in court, looking overwhelmed Nov.20     Huge fire at refinery   A refinery fire have been caused by lightning spread a thick column of black smoke over the city, burning nearly $18 million worth of fuel

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Dec.4   Miners on strike over death toll   Tens of thousands of striking miners took to the streets in Johannesburg in a protest over safety levels in the industry Dec.15     ANC members to choose new leader   The ruling African National Congress is gathering to choose the next party leader. The two contenders are Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma Dec.16   Mbeki calls for ANC unity, support  Appealing for unity and taking a jab at his political rival, South African President made a last-ditch attempt to rescue his political caree... Dec.18     Zuma elected ANC president
  The populist whose political career survived rape and corruption charges received 2,329 votes, ahead of incumbent Mbeki's 1,505 votes Dec.21   Mbeki to serve out presidency
  President Thabo Mbeki has said his government will stay in office despite huge losses in elections for senior ANC posts
Dec.28     New charges for Zuma
  The prosecutors have brought corruption charges against Jacob Zuma, who was elected leader of the governing African National Congress
Dec.29 West Indies seal historic victory





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DR Congo rebel chief seeks refuge  Jean-Pierre Bemba has taken refuge in the South African embassy after fighting erupted in the capital Carter, Tutu visit Darfur to promote peace  A group of elder statesmen, including former U.S. President and Nobel peace laureate, began a tour to promote a political solution to the region's conflict AIDS-hit S. Africa out of burial plots  Residents of ohannesburg, need to consider 'nontraditional' burials, including cremation 3,200 workers trapped in gold mine




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  Power has been restored to a gold mine, and some of the more than 3,200 miners inside are beginning to return to the surface
 A broken pipe severed power cables to a lift. The workers are more than 1.3 miles underground at Harmony Gold's Elandsrand mine in Carletonville, about 50 miles southwest of Johannesburg
Oct.3 Miners being pulled from underground  Some of the more than 3,200 miners inside are beginning to return to the surface. About 350 miners had been pulled to safety Oct.4 All gold miners freed from mine
  The last of 3,200 miners trapped by a power failure reached the surface after nearly two days underground in the cavernous Elandstrand New Mine
Nov.20   Huge fire at refinery   A refinery fire have been caused by lightning spread a thick column of black smoke over the city, burning nearly $18 million worth of fuel Dec.4 Miners on strike over death toll   Tens of thousands of striking miners took to the streets in Johannesburg in a protest over safety levels in the industry



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2007 Jun.12 SA braced for massive strike  Thousands of public sector workers to join one of the biggest strikes in South Africa's history Jun.13 Strike escalates  Thousands of public sector workers have taken part in peaceful marches across major cities as unions stepped up strike action over pay Sep.27   Giant Soweto shopping mall opens Map of Soweto South Africa  Former President Nelson Mandela has opened the largest shopping centre in southern Africa in Soweto Nov.20   Huge fire at refinery   A refinery fire have been caused by lightning spread a thick column of black smoke over the city, burning nearly $18 million worth of fuel Dec.4 Miners on strike over death toll   Tens of thousands of striking miners took to the streets in Johannesburg in a protest over safety levels in the industry



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2007 Feb.3 Els grabs Dubai lead
Mar.16 Gibbs flays six sixes in one over Apr.14 New Zealand beat S. Africa to reach semis Jun.22 Amputee sprinter can try for Olympics Sep.12 Australia are shocked by Zimbabwe Sep.22 India and Pakistan reach final Sep.24 India crowned Twenty20 kings Oct.14 Magnificent seventh title for Els Oct.14 South Africa gets to final over Argentina Oct.20 South Africa win Rugby World Cup
  South Africa claimed their second crown with a 15-6 victory at the Stade de France as England failed to become the first team to defend their title
Dec.29 West Indies seal historic victory




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2007 Aug.17 Apartheid murder plotters guilty   5 former security officials in apartheid regime have received suspended prison sentences for plotting to kill an anti-apartheid activist Oct.5   SA police chief warrant confirmed  Prosecutors have confirmed they obtained an arrest and search warrant for national police chief Jackie Selebi Nov.5 Oprah: School abuse scandal devastating  Tiny Virginia Makopo, 27, harged with abusing students at Oprah Winfrey's school for girls appeared in court, looking overwhelmed Dec.28   New charges for Zuma
  The prosecutors have brought corruption charges against Jacob Zuma, who was elected leader of the governing African National Congress




South Africa, 2007 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2007 Feb.9 South Africa readies Tambo funeral Mar.13 S Africa in Zimbabwe rights call  S Africa has urged Zimbabwe to respect the rule of law and rights of citizens, including opposition leaders Jun.12 SA braced for massive strike  Thousands of public sector workers to join one of the biggest strikes in South Africa's history Jun.13 Strike escalates  Thousands of public sector workers have taken part in peaceful marches across major cities as unions stepped up strike action over pay Aug.17 Apartheid murder plotters guilty   5 former security officials in apartheid regime have received suspended prison sentences for plotting to kill an anti-apartheid activist Aug.20 Row over SA minister's transplant  Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, the controversial Health Minister, is facing new calls for her resignation Sep.3 Violent protests over Soweto housing   1 person has been killed during angry clashes between police and protesters in the township Oct.2 Carter, Tutu visit Darfur to promote peace  A group of elder statesmen, including former U.S. President and Nobel peace laureate, began a tour to promote a political solution to the region's conflict Oct.5   SA police chief warrant confirmed  Prosecutors have confirmed they obtained an arrest and search warrant for national police chief Jackie Selebi Dec.4 Miners on strike over death toll   Tens of thousands of striking miners took to the streets in Johannesburg in a protest over safety levels in the industry Dec.15   ANC members to choose new leader   The ruling African National Congress is gathering to choose the next party leader. The two contenders are Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma Dec.16 Mbeki calls for ANC unity, support  Appealing for unity and taking a jab at his political rival, South African President made a last-ditch attempt to rescue his political caree... Dec.18   Zuma elected ANC president   The populist whose political career survived rape and corruption charges received 2,329 votes, ahead of incumbent Mbeki's 1,505 votes Dec.21 Mbeki to serve out presidency
  President Thabo Mbeki has said his government will stay in office despite huge losses in elections for senior ANC posts