South Africa Timeline

The San and Khoikhoi are two of South Africa's native tribes. The san weee hunters awhile the Khoikhoi were pastoral herders. The Khoikhoi were the first to come into contact with the Dutch and given the nickname 'Bushmen'. Today they are known as the Khoisan and are still domestic herders.

On 1910 the formation of union of South Africa by British colonies is the historic predecessor to the president-day republic of South Africa

On 8 January 1912 in Bloemfontein African National founded as the South African native national congress (SANNC).

On 1948 Africa was control by the members of national party also known as the Nats or Nationalism

In 1950 Mandela begins civil disobedience and made a speech in 1964.

On 1964 the day that Nelson Mandela got put into prison because he made a memorable speech about dying to stop the apartheid.

On 1994 the day that Nelson Mandela becomes President.

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Chang Vang

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