held in Nairobi on 20 February 2012. '''Jonathan Neil "Jonty" Rhodes''' (born 27 July 1969) is a former South African Test (Test cricket) and One Day International cricketer who played for the South African cricket team between 1992 and 2003. Rhodes was born in Pietermaritzburg, Natal Province, South Africa. As a right-handed batsman (batting (cricket)) he was noted for his quick running (run (cricket)), however he was especially noted for his
becomes the longest-running crime show in television history until ''Law & Order'' overtakes it in 2003. * March 15 ** South Africa withdraws from the Commonwealth of Nations. ** The Union of Peoples of Angola, led by Holden Roberto, attacks strategic locations in the north of Angola. These events result in the beginning of the colonial war with Portugal. ** In France, rebel generals Maurice Challe and Andre Zelelr are sentenced to 15 years in prison. ** South Africa officially leaves the Commonwealth of Nations. ** President John F. Kennedy and Charles De Gaulle meet in Paris. * March 13 – In eastern Turkey, an earthquake registering 6.8 on the Richter scale (Richter magnitude scale), kills over 500. * March 18 – White South Africans vote in favour of political reforms which will end the apartheid regime and create a power-sharing multi-racial government. March 31 – The Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act of Singapore comes into force. * June 17 ** Apartheid (South Africa under apartheid): The South African Parliament repeals the Population Registration Act, which had required racial classification of all South Africans at birth. ** U.S. President Zachary Taylor is exhumed to discover whether or not his death was caused by arsenic poisoning, instead of acute gastrointestinal illness; no trace of arsenic is found. * February 24 ** John Charles Daly, South African-born journalist and game show host (b. 1914) ** Héctor Rial, Argentinian footballer (b. 1928) ** Giovanni Enrico Bucher, the Swiss ambassador to Brazil, is kidnapped in Rio de Janeiro; kidnappers demand the release of 70 political prisoners. ** The U.N. General Assembly supports the isolation of South Africa for its apartheid policies. ** During his visit to the Polish capital, German Chancellor (Chancellor of Germany (Federal Republic)) Willy Brandt goes down on his knees in front of a monument to the victims of the Warsaw Ghetto. thumb right 200px A typical gold mining (File:Klondike mining camp.jpg) operation, on Bonanza Creek. * 1896–1899: The Klondike Gold Rush. In August, 1896, George Carmack, Kate Carmack, Keish, Dawson Charlie and Patsy Henderson, members of a Tagish First Nations family group, discovered rich placer (Placer mining) gold deposits in Bonanza (Rabbit) Creek (Bonanza Creek), Yukon, Canada. Julie Cruikshank. ''Reading Voices. Oral and Written Interpretations of the Yukon's Past''. Vancouver & Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 1991, p. 124. Soon a massive movement of people, goods and money started moving towards the Klondike, Yukon region and the nearby District of Alaska. Men from all walks of life headed for the Yukon from as far away as New York, South Africa, WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa
it is commonly but erroneously called ''syringa'', which is in fact a different lilac genus (Syringa). thumb Ricky Fataar behind the drums in 2008. (Image:Ricky Fataar 2008.JPG) '''Ricky Fataar''' (born 5 September 1952) is a South African multi-instrumentalist of Malay (Malay (ethnic group)) descent, who has performed as both a drummer, and a guitarist. He gained fame as an actor in the comedic (Comedy) television movie, All You Need Is Cash ''The Rutles: All You Need
family group, discovered rich placer (Placer mining) gold deposits in Bonanza (Rabbit) Creek (Bonanza Creek), Yukon, Canada. Julie Cruikshank. ''Reading Voices. Oral and Written Interpretations of the Yukon's Past''. Vancouver & Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 1991, p. 124. Soon a massive movement of people, goods and money started moving towards the Klondike, Yukon region and the nearby District of Alaska. Men from all walks of life headed for the Yukon from as far away as New York, South Africa, WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa
, for focusing "almost exclusively on promoting individual ownership by black people (which) does little to address broader economic disparities, though the rich may become more diverse." Official affirmative action policies have
. Mathabane was born in Alexandra (Alexandra, Gauteng), South Africa, an area that is a part of Johannesburg, the capital of the province of Gauteng. He was born to a life of poverty in the apartheid political setting of South Africa.
kaBhekuzulu''' (born 14 July 1948 at Nongoma) is the reigning King (Paramount chief) of the Zulu (Zulu people) nation under the Traditional Leadership clause of South Africa's republican constitution (Constitution of South Africa). History Between 1937 and 1950 the lake was used as a landing place for flying boats on the Imperial Airways passenger and mail route from Southampton in Britain (UK) to South Africa. It linked Kisumu and Nairobi. Joy Adamson, the author of ''Born Free'', lived on the shores of the lake in the mid-1960s. On the shores of the lake is the Djinn Palace, which gained notoriety in the Happy Valley (Happy Valley set) days between the two world wars. It now forms part of the Oserian flower farm. In 1999 the Lake Naivasha Riparian Association received the Ramsar Wetland Conservation Award for its conservation efforts regarding the Lake Naivasha Ramsar (Ramsar Convention) site. 1953–1962 ''Stickell'' arrived in San Diego on 26 August and remained there until 13 December, when she was decommissioned at Long Beach (Long Beach Naval Shipyard) to begin conversion to a radar picket destroyer (radar picket) (DDR). On 2 September 1953, ''Stickell'' (DDR-888) was recommissioned at Long Beach, Comdr. James Boyd in command. Following training out of Long Beach, she joined DesDiv 21 at San Diego on 18 January 1954. Two days later, she and her division headed for the western Pacific. This deployment consisted primarily of hunter-killer training and Taiwan Strait patrol. On 1 June, she departed Sasebo on a voyage to complete a circumnavigation of the globe. Along the way, she visited Hong Kong, Singapore, Ceylon, Kenya, South Africa, Brazil, and Trinidad, She reached Norfolk, Virginia, on 10 August 1954 and joined DesDiv 262 of the Atlantic Fleet. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa
football football player playing for Supersport United in the Premier Soccer League. He was a leader of the post-Hungerford (Hungerford massacre) and post-Dunblane (Dunblane massacre) "gun lobby" and a supporter of field sports. He was also a somewhat secretive former propagandist for apartheid South Africa and a friend of other lobbyists such as Ian Greer, Neil Hamilton (Neil Hamilton (politician)), who would later be disgraced in the cash for questions scandal, and Derek Laud. But he was not monochromatic. He was liberal on abortion, favoured free eye and dental treatment, and would have preferred the whites he backed in southern Africa to be more reformist. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa
'''New Germany''' is a town situated just inland from Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It has been incorporated firstly into Pinetown (Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal) and now into eThekwini. It was established in 1848 by a party of 183 German (Germany) immigrants who settled on a cotton growing estate named Westville (Westville, KwaZulu-Natal) after the lieutenant-governor of Natal Martin West. The cotton was not successful and the settlers turned to growing vegetables and flowers. *6 September - The foundation stone of St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast is laid by the Countess of Shaftesbury (Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 9th Earl of Shaftesbury). *The Second Boer War begins in South Africa. John McBride (Boer
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: www.stgeorgespark.nmmu.ac.za content women displayarticle.asp?artid wom_001 title The History of the SA & Rhodesian Women's Cricket Association publisher St George's Park History accessdate 2009-11-17 and in 1922, Winfred Kingswell set-up, and became the first president of, the Peninsula Girls' School Games Union. Ten years later, she helped found the Peninsula Ladies Cricket Club (PLCC), which with 30 members, played regular matches against men's sides on level terms. They played 33 matches
'''South Africa''', officially the '''Republic of South Africa''' ('''RSA'''), is a country located in Southern Africa. It has South Africa is the 25th-largest country (List of countries and outlying territories by total area) in the world by land area, and with close to 53 million people (Demographics of South Africa), is the world's 25th-most populous nation (List of countries by population).
South Africa is a multiethnic society encompassing a wide variety of cultures, languages, and religions. Its pluralistic makeup is reflected in the constitution (Constitution of South Africa)'s recognition of 11 official languages, which is among the highest number of any country in the world. Two of these languages are of European origin: English (South African English) and Afrikaans, the latter originating from Dutch (Dutch language) and serving as the first language of most white (White South African) and coloured South Africans. Though English is commonly used in public and commercial life, it is only the fourth most-spoken first language.
About 80 percent of South Africans are of black (black people) African ancestry,
The country is one of the few in Africa never to have had a coup d'état, and regular elections (Elections in South Africa) have been held for almost a century; however, the vast majority of black South Africans were not enfranchised until 1994. Racial strife between the white minority and the black majority has played a large part in the country's recent history and politics. Apartheid was instituted in 1948 by the National Party (National Party (South Africa)), though racial segregation existed prior to that date. Discriminatory laws began to be repealed or abolished from 1990 onwards after a long and sometimes violent struggle by the African National Congress and other anti-apartheid activists.
South Africa is ranked as an upper-middle income economy by the World Bank, and is considered to be a newly industrialised country (newly industrialized country).