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Second unopposed term for Mbeki  President was elected unopposed after his African National Congress scored its biggest victory yet of multiracial democracy S. Africa celebrates 'Freedom Day'
8 British tourists die in crash  5 men and 3 women were killed when their bus swerved to avoid a pedestrian on the road and crashed Mbeki unveils election manifesto  President has launched a manifesto for his ruling African National Congress Mbeki for landmark state visit  South African President arrived in the Democratic Republic of Congo to bring peace to the volatile country Fire leaves 1,500 homeless  A blaze swept through 2 squatter settlements before dawn outside Cape Town   Long queues as South Africa votes  Millions of are voting in their 3rd democratic general elections ANC heading for massive victory


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April 2004 ... more > Top ^
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  Ruling African National Congress appears to be heading for its 3rd landslide victory. It has some 60% of votes
Apr.23  
Apr.27  
  $13 million party is to celebrate first decade of freedom after the end of apartheid
Apr.28  


May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.15  
  FIFA has awarded the 2010 Cup to South Africa, the first time the tournament has gone to Africa


June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.19   Goosen claims US Open lead  The 2001 champion from South Africa posted one of only 3 sub-par rounds Jun.20   Goosen claims US Open glory
  The 35-year-old made no mistakes on the last and tapped in for par to claim a 2-shot victory

July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.26   Shot by referee kills soccer coach
  A fight broke out after the referee gave a yellow warning card

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.25   Mark Thatcher on bail over coup plot
  The son of former UK Prime Minister has been arrested in connection with an alleged coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea


September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.16   Government workers strike
  An estimated 800,000 workers demanding higher pay and more benefits walked off the job

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3     Champion Els leapfrogs Tiger Woods  Ernie Els held off a strong challenge from Thomas Bjorn to win the WGC-American Express Championship by one shot Oct.17   Els claims record Match Play win  The defending champion clinched a record 6th World Match Play title with a 2&1 victory over Lee Westwood

November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7   Goosen rallies past Tiger at Tour  Retief Goosen was unflappable in closing with a bogey-free 64 to win the Tour Championship by 4 shots Nov.9   Mbeki seeks to calm Ivorian storm
  South African President is in Ivory Coast to try to restore calm after 2 days of violence
Nov.16   18ft shark attacks beach swimmer
  A Great White shark estimated has presumably killed an elderly woman off a beach near Cape Town

December 2004 ... more > Top ^
Dec.21     England clinch record test victory   England clinched an 8th consecutive test victory by beating South Africa by 7 wickets in the first test in Port Elizabeth





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  South African President is in Ivory Coast to try to restore calm after 2 days of violence




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2004 Jan.1 8 British tourists die in crash  5 men and 3 women were killed when their bus swerved to avoid a pedestrian on the road and crashed Jan.18 Fire leaves 1,500 homeless  A blaze swept through 2 squatter settlements before dawn outside Cape Town Nov.16 18ft shark attacks beach swimmer
  A Great White shark estimated has presumably killed an elderly woman off a beach near Cape Town



South Africa, 2004 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2004 Sep.16 Government workers strike
  An estimated 800,000 workers demanding higher pay and more benefits walked off the job



South Africa, 2004 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2004 May.15   South Africa gets 2010 World Cup
  FIFA has awarded the 2010 Cup to South Africa, the first time the tournament has gone to Africa
Jun.19 Goosen claims US Open lead  The 2001 champion from South Africa posted one of only 3 sub-par rounds Jun.20 Goosen claims US Open glory  The 35-year-old made no mistakes on the last and tapped in for par to claim a 2-shot victory Jul.26 Shot by referee kills soccer coach  A fight broke out after the referee gave a yellow warning card Oct.3   Champion Els leapfrogs Tiger Woods  Ernie Els held off a strong challenge from Thomas Bjorn to win the WGC-American Express Championship by one shot Oct.17 Els claims record Match Play win  The defending champion clinched a record 6th World Match Play title with a 2&1 victory over Lee Westwood Nov.7 Goosen rallies past Tiger at Tour  Retief Goosen was unflappable in closing with a bogey-free 64 to win the Tour Championship by 4 shots Dec.21   England clinch record test victory   England clinched an 8th consecutive test victory by beating South Africa by 7 wickets in the first test in Port Elizabeth



South Africa, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Jul.26 Shot by referee kills soccer coach  A fight broke out after the referee gave a yellow warning card Aug.25 Mark Thatcher on bail over coup plot
  The son of former UK Prime Minister has been arrested in connection with an alleged coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea




South Africa, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.10 Mbeki unveils election manifesto  President has launched a manifesto for his ruling African National Congress Jan.13 Mbeki for landmark state visit  South African President arrived in the Democratic Republic of Congo to bring peace to the volatile country Apr.14   Long queues as South Africa votes  Millions of are voting in their 3rd democratic general elections Apr.14 ANC heading for massive victory
  Ruling African National Congress appears to be heading for its 3rd landslide victory. It has some 60% of votes
Apr.23 Second unopposed term for Mbeki  President was elected unopposed after his African National Congress scored its biggest victory yet of multiracial democracy Apr.27 S. Africa celebrates 'Freedom Day'
  $13 million party is to celebrate first decade of freedom after the end of apartheid
Apr.28   President sacks Zulu chief  Mbeki has dropped Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the head of a key Zulu-dominated party, from his new cabinet Aug.25 Mark Thatcher on bail over coup plot
  The son of former UK Prime Minister has been arrested in connection with an alleged coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea
Sep.16 Government workers strike  An estimated 800,000 workers demanding higher pay and more benefits walked off the job Nov.9 Mbeki seeks to calm Ivorian storm
  South African President is in Ivory Coast to try to restore calm after 2 days of violence