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One hundred years ago, Gandhi launched the campaign that was to transform him into a figure of international stature...But years of protest against racist laws had exhausted his support among the country's 150,000 strong Indian community. Most had
November 16, 2012 Former Transvaal batsman Moosa Mangera has died at the age of 67 in Johannesburg after battling cancer. He played 29 first-class matches, scoring 952 runs and taking 40 wickets in an 18-year cricket career that came to an end in
Sybrand van Niekerk, former administrator of the area previously known as the Transvaal, has died at the age of 97 in Pretoria, Beeld reported on Thursday. Van Niekerk was administrator from 1966 to 1979 before he became an MP for Koedoespoort in
Gunning for History Sunday, August 14, 2011 Suburban Trends On Aug. 6 and 7, Ringwood State Park hosted an encampment of members of the Royal Sussex Regimental Society and other military reenactors representing the forces of the British Empire and
July 23, 2011 Former Transvaal opening batsman Ahmed Gabru has died in Johannesburg...The highlight of his career was a record second-wicket of stand of 273 that he shared with Ismail "Morris" Garda for Transvaal against Natal in the 1971-72 season...
The North West police provincial headquarters should be relocated and renamed, the North West MEC for public safety Desbo Mohono's office said on Friday. "The police should rename their provincial headquarters and explore relocation... (from
Wednesday May 18 2011 THE motto of Heinke van der Merwe's old school in Krugersdorp -- outside Johannesburg -- is particularly apt when applied to the Leinster prop, translating as: "It is better to wear out than rust out." The South African has
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images The World Cup balm of racial harmony in South Africa hasn't necessarily reached Bloemfontein in Free State province. Whereas in Johannesburg nearly every metered taxi driver is black, here nearly all of them are white.
Within a month of the death of its patron, Sheena Duncan, the Black Sash has lost a second stalwart. Ethel Walt, a former Transvaal chair, founding trustee of the Black Sash Trust and the moving spirit behind the foundation of the Transvaal Rural