This week in History
Toyota Motors founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1933, was established as an independent and separate company in 1937.
In the 20th century, the mayor of Cape Town, Thomas Ball, laid the corner stone of the City Hall, but the hall was open later in 1905.
240 Marikana mine workers were charged for murder of their colleagues during the Marikana Massacre happened on the 16th of August 2012.
South Africans citizens all over the country organised a defiance campaign against the elections where only White South Africans could vote, 5 days before general elections.
The first postage stamp designed by Charles Davison Bell, was issued in the Cape of Good Hope that was known as the British Colony at the time.
Students in Cape Town protested at Cape Town's CBD to protest and condemn police brutality, inferior education and segregation laws, and called for the release of all political detainees.
General Jan Christian Smuts started his first term as prime minister of the Union of South Africa after the death of General Louis Botha on 27 August 1919.
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- Eastern Cape receives billions in investments
- Police find handcuffs, fake international passports, fake SA IDs etc in KwaDwesi
- FULL SPEECH: Eastern Cape Premier Phumulo Masualle delivers his 2017 State of the Province
- VIDEO: Evita Bezuidenhout talks about her Port Elizabeth show – the ‘State of the Nation Address’
- SOPA 2017: Premier Masualle must be 'living in his own echo chamber' - DA