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  1. A History of South Africa, Third Edition by Leonard Thompson, 2001-03-01
  2. A Traveller's History of South Africa by David Mason, 2003-08
  3. A Concise History of South Africa (Cambridge Concise Histories) by Robert Ross, 2009-01-19
  4. The History of South Africa (The Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations) by Roger B. Beck, 2008-10-30
  5. Beyond the Pale: Essays on the History of Colonial South Africa by Robert Ross, 1993-07-01
  6. New History of South Africa by Hermann Giliomee, 2010-03-10
  7. An Economic History of South Africa: Conquest, Discrimination, and Development (Ellen McArthur Lectures) by Charles H. Feinstein, 2005-07-25
  8. How Things Fell Apart: A Short History of South Africa - 1488 to Present Day by John H. Glover, 2007-08-28
  9. History from South Africa: Alternative Visions and Practices (Critical Perspectives On The P) by Joshua Brown, 1991-06-28
  11. The History Atlas of Africa : From the First Humans to the Emergence of a New South Africa (History Atlas Series) by Samuel Kasule, 1998-06
  12. A Military History of South Africa: From the Dutch-Khoi Wars to the End of Apartheid (Praeger Security International) by Timothy J. Stapleton, 2010-04-09
  13. The Jews in South Africa: An Illustrated History by Milton Shain, Richard Mendelsohn, 2009-04-17
  14. The Cambridge History of South Africa: Volume 1, From Early Times to 1885

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South Africa History Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System

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  • 2. South Africa - History - SA Travel Corp
    While convincing archaeological evidence seems to confirm that South Africa 's history goes back to the dawn of time, our written history is much

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    While convincing archaeological evidence seems to confirm that South Africa 's history goes back to the dawn of time, our written history is much closer to the present day. The 15th century Portuguese navigator, Bartholomeu Dias , was the first recorded European to set foot in this part of the world in 1488. However it was the Dutch , very influential in the history of South Africa, who established the first proper settlement in the form of a small refreshment station . The station, set up in 1652 to supply the ships of the Dutch East India Company on their long journeys to and from the spice islands of the East Indies, grew into the city we know today as Cape Town The arrival of the first Europeans at the foot of Africa met with little resistance from the Cape's only human inhabitants, the

    3. History Of South Africa - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The history of South Africa is marked by immigration and ethnic conflict. The Khoisan people are the aboriginal people of the region who have lived there for millennia.
    History of South Africa
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    before 1600 Mapungubwe Cape Colony Swellendam Graaff Reinet ... Klein Vrystaat 1900-present Cape Colony Union of South Africa Transkei Bophuthatswana ... Republic of South Africa (1961–present) more Main article: South Africa This article needs additional citations for verification
    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (October 2007) The history of South Africa is dominated by that of interaction and conflict between several diverse ethnic groups. The aboriginal Khoisan people have lived in the region for millennia. Most of the population, however, trace their history to immigration since. Black South Africans are descendants of immigrants from further north in Africa who first entered what are now the confines of the country about one thousand years ago. White South Africans are descendants of later European settlers, mainly from the Netherlands and Britain. The

    4. South Africa History
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    South Africa History This page relates to History from South Africa or in other words Local History . This is what we have in our database about South Africa History : Description: More information about this subject in South Africa is needed Please use the link below to respond as a Guest or Member! News: As Seen Through These Eyes "I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality.... I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word."
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    6. A Short History Of South Africa -
    Take a brief tour through the rich, dramatic history of South Africa from the earliest inhabitants through colonisation to the discovery of diamonds and gold and the war that
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    The earliest representatives of South Africa's diversity - at least the earliest we can name - were the San and Khoekhoe peoples (otherwise known individually as the Bushmen and Hottentots or Khoikhoi; collectively called the Khoisan). Both were resident in the southern tip of the continent for thousands of years before its written history began with the arrival of European seafarers. And before that, modern human beings had lived here for more than 100 000 years - indeed, the country is an archaeological treasure chest. The hunter-gatherer San ranged widely over the area; the pastoral Khoekhoe lived in those comparatively well-watered areas, chiefly along the southern and western coastal strips, where adequate grazing was to be found. So it was with the latter that the early European settlers first came into contact - much to the disadvantage of the Khoekhoe.

    7. Cape Town Accommodation Travel Guide - South Africa Tourism - South Africa - His
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    Introduction Travel Photos of Cape Town Webcam ... Miriam Makeba South Africa history - South Africa Cape Town Travel Guide South Africa is one of the richest countries on the African Continent. Through decades it was a symbol for racism; sanctions where imposed on the grounds of and against the Apartheids Era. With the end of Apartheid at the beginning of the nineties South Africa could regain international recognition. Thabo Mbeki took over the presidential role from Nelson Mandela, who entered into the history books as the first South African President elected in free elections. Now every South African citizen from 18 years onwards is free to vote. The National Elections take place every five years. The governmental party is the ANC – the African National Congress Parties. Please visit: South Africa Cape Town Guest Houses Accommodation Immigration White Shark Cage Diving Hotels Car Hire Property Garden Route Car Rental Camps Bay Hotel Garden Route Cape Town South Africa South Africa Cape Town Guesthouses Cape Town Hotels Cape Town ... Camps Bay Accommodation South Africa Immigration Hotel Accommodation Self-Catering Rent a Car Cape Town Camps Bay Knysna George Plettenberg Bay Photos Wildlife Cape Town Day Trips Tours and Safaris Cape Town City Tours Safari Day Trips document.write("");

    8. Birkenhead Brewery - Welcome To Birkenhead Brewery
    Brewers of Birkenhead Premium Lager in Stanford, South Africa. Local history and brew pub information.
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      As the first wine and brewing estate in the Southern Hemisphere, we run a small but growing micro brewery, water bottling plant, winery and vineyard situated in the Western Cape of South Africa. We have much to offer, not only to the beer and wine enthusiast, but to those just interested in visiting our beautiful country estate near Stanford in the shadow of the Klein Rivier mountains. Here you will find out about our exceptional beer,our country estate, our brewery and our restaurant and pub. Come and enjoy our delicious food and freshly brewed beer, and visit our vineyard and winery where we produce Walker Bay Vineyards wines.
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    9. South African History Online - Homepage
    South African history and education Albertina Sisulu (1918 ) Sisulu, an activist, ANC veteran and who worked as a nurse, celebrated her 92nd birthday on 21 October 2010.
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    150th anniversary of the arrival of Indians in Natal 16 November, marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of indentured Indians labourers and the birth of this community in South Africa. South Africans of Indian origin comprise a heterogeneous community distinguished by different origins, languages, and religious beliefs. The first Indians arrived during the Dutch colonial era, as slaves, in 1684. A conservative calculation based strictly on records shows over 16 300 slaves from the Indian subcontinent having been brought to the Cape. In the decades 1690 to 1725 over 80% of the slaves were Indians. This practice continued until the end of slavery in 1838. They made up the majority of slaves that came from the Far East and were by the 1880s totally integrated into the Cape White and Coloured communities...

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    11. St. Luke's Hospice
    Charity caring for terminally ill patients in and around Cape Town, South Africa. History of the organization, news, description of their services, events calendar, and how to help.
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    12. South Africa: History, Geography, Government, And Culture —
    Learn about the history, geography and culture of South Africa and find statistical and demographic information. Learn about the Boer War, Apartheid, Nelson Mandela, and more.
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    14. Inkamana Abbey Homepage
    The Abbey of the Missionary Benedictines in South Africa. History, charism and locational information available.
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    15. South Africa's History And Heritage -
    Information on South Africa's history and heritage the struggle against apartheid, the national anthem and symbols, historical and heritage sites
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    A 150-year African Indian Odyssey
    African Indian Odyssey brings together leading South African intellectual, political and cultural figures to tell the 150-year-old story of Indians in South Africa. The result is a powerful documentary that overturns stereotypes and gives fresh insight into what it means to be South African.
    Indians 'helped build the new SA'
    The positive role that Indians played in South Africa's reconstruction was an example of how immigrants could help build a country, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said at a dinner marking the arrival of the first Indian indentured labourers in South Africa 150 years ago.
    SA's Inaugural Flag returns home
    The Inaugural Flag, a piece of South African history that came close to being auctioned off in the UK earlier this year, will from now on be displayed at the University of Stellenbosch.
    A short history of South Africa
    Take a brief tour through the rich, dramatic history of South Africa: from the earliest inhabitants through colonisation to the discovery of diamonds and gold - and the war that followed; from the formation and evolution of black resistance, through three decades of crisis to the eventual death of apartheid.
    Chancellor House, where Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo had their Johannesburg law firm in the 1950s, is to be completely restored and become home to a new legal museum and resource centre, taking its rightful place as an iconic site of the struggle for human rights in South Africa.

    16. Timeline Of South African History - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    South Africa History Archive; Southern African Political History a chronology of key political events from independence to mid1997, Kalley, J.A.; Schoeman, E. Andor, Westport
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the History of South Africa . For sport, see Timeline of South African sport History of South Africa Pre European Colonization European Colonization British at the Cape Union of South Africa Republic of South Africa First VOC settlement First Boer War Second Boer War Great Trek Bartholomew Diaz anchors at Mosselbay Vasco da Gama anchors at Durban Sir Francis Drake rounds the Cape First wine pressed from Cape grapes Battle of Blood River Battle of Isandlwana Anglo-Zulu wars start Anglo-Zulu wars end Start of Apartheid End of Apartheid Pre European Colonization
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    17. Catholic Archdiocese Of Johannesburg - Welcome
    South Africa. History, location, contact details and general information regarding the various Catholic churches situated in Gauteng.
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    18. South Africa Information - South Africa History
    South Africa safari History of South Africa HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICA The Early Inhabitants
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    There seems to be general agreement among scholars that humankind had its earliest origins in Africa. South Africa is rich in fossil evidence of the evolutionary history of the human family, going back several million years. From the discovery of the skull of a Taung child in 1924 to the latest discoveries of hominid fossils at Sterkfontein caves, recently declared a World Heritage Site, and the ground-breaking work done at Blombos Cave in the Southern Cape - all have put South Africa at the forefront of paleontology research into the origins of humanity. Modern humans have lived in the region for over 100,000 years. The small, mobile bands of Stone Age hunter-gatherers, who created a wealth of rock art, were the ancestors of the Khoekhoe and San of historical times.

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    The Voortrekkers under Andries Pretorius defeat the Zulus in this historical battle. Expansion of the Cape Settlers Looking for more grazing, the Trek Boers move toward the east and the north. The Colony of Natal The British occupy Natal and, after the Anglo-Zulu War, annex the whole of Zululand. The Great Trek The Voortrekkers leave in their thousands the Cape and settle in the Orange Free State, in Natal and Transvaal. The Anglo-Boer War After a three-year long war, the Boer Republics become British Crown Colonies. T he Xhosa People The Xhosa people are retreating further eastwards, as the white settlers occupy their land.

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