The detonation was part of a South African Security Police operation launched by agents situated in Zimbabwe.
On 7 December 1988, Nelson Mandela was finally offered a reprieve from the dank conditions of his jail cell at Pollsmoor Prison, when he was moved to Victor Verster Prison near Paarl in Cape Town;
Set up as a homeland for South Africa’s Tshwana-speaking people in the 60s, the word Bophuthatswana literally translates to “gathering of the Tswana people”.
President Jacob Zuma on Monday reminded all citizens that former President Nelson Mandela left behind a rich legacy of building a dynamic young nation, from the ashes of apartheid.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was the first president democratically elected by all the citizens of South African, when the struggle he dedicated his life to was officially over in 1994.
South African comedian and host of ‘The Daily Show’ Trevor Noah’s first book ‘Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood’ has been released today.
On 12 November 1980, the Minister of Education and Training, Ferdinand Hartzenberg, announced that government was to make education for Black children compulsory.
The singer, widely known as ‘Mama Africa’, was a prominent exiled opponent of apartheid since the SA authorities revoked her passport in 1960.
South African actress Pearl Thusi says that American women who voted for Donald Trump are used to allowing men back into their lives who constantly hurt them.
Then President Thabo Mbeki controversially led a government delegation to the funeral service of apartheid-era leader PW Botha, and said that his attendance was in the interest of pursuing national reconciliation and nation building.