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Military battles HIV  Armed forces are battling HIV/AIDS, which affects a quarter of troops, with resources under strain   Jail term for corrupt Zuma aide  Schabir Shaik, a financial adviser to Deputy President Jacob Zuma has been sentenced to 15 years   President sacks deputy
  Mandela's eldest son dies of AIDS  Makgatho Mandela, 54, had been critically ill for weeks after being admitted to a Johannesburg hospital Thatcher guilty plea in coup plot  Mark Thatcher has pleaded guilty to bankrolling an alleged coup plot in Equatorial Guinea in a plea bargain deal   Thousands mourn Mandela's son  Thousands including South Africa's president have joined Nelson Mandela at the funeral of his son Makgatho   Woods, Singh, Mickelson eliminated  Woods lost for the first time in 13 matches   S. African observers back Mugabe win  The Southern Africans: The vote reflected the will of the people, but other monitors said it was neither free nor fair Mbeki: Ivorian poll to be 'open to all  South African President has urged Ivory Coast's leader to ensure the presidential election this year is open to all Flawless Els closes gap on Singh  World number 3 is cruising to a 13-shot victory at the thunderstorm-hit Asian Open in Shanghai South Africa moves to drop Pretoria   An official committee on approved changing the name to Tshwane, overriding protests by whites Guilty verdict in graft case


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  Schabir Shaik, a financial adviser to Deputy President Jacob Zuma, has been found guilty of fraud and corruption
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  Thabo Mbeki has dismissed Jacob Zuma after the trial of Zuma's financial adviser implicated the deputy president
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  Former Deputy President, who was sacked last week, is to be charged with corruption
Jun.27   Nationwide strike
  Many have stayed away from work, but the overall response appears patchy


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Jul.24     S Africa 'might pay Harare debt'
  President Mbeki has indicated South Africa might repay some of Zimbabwe's foreign debts

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Aug.9   Union joins gold mine strike
  Trade union group Solidarity joined a crippling strike by gold miners to press demands for higher wages

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Sep.30   Life for lion murderer
  White farmer Mark Scott-Crossley convicted of murdering a man whose remains were found in a lion enclosure


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Dec.1   South Africa to have gay weddings
  Highest court has ruled in favour of gay marriages, which are banned under current legislation Dec.18   Goosen edges out Els for the title  Retief Goosen birdied the final 2 holes to win the South African Open by one stroke from his compatriot Ernie Els





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Thatcher guilty plea in coup plot  Mark Thatcher has pleaded guilty to bankrolling an alleged coup plot in Equatorial Guinea in a plea bargain deal Military battles HIV  Armed forces are battling HIV/AIDS, which affects a quarter of troops, with resources under strain   Mandela's eldest son dies of AIDS  Makgatho Mandela, 54, had been critically ill for weeks after being admitted to a Johannesburg hospital Military battles HIV  Armed forces are battling HIV/AIDS, which affects a quarter of troops, with resources under strain Nationwide strike




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  Many have stayed away from work, but the overall response appears patchy
Aug.9 Union joins gold mine strike
  Trade union group Solidarity joined a crippling strike by gold miners to press demands for higher wages



South Africa, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.25   Woods, Singh, Mickelson eliminated  Woods lost for the first time in 13 matches May.2 Flawless Els closes gap on Singh  World number 3 is cruising to a 13-shot victory at the thunderstorm-hit Asian Open in Shanghai Dec.18 Goosen edges out Els for the title  Retief Goosen birdied the final 2 holes to win the South African Open by one stroke from his compatriot Ernie Els



South Africa, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.13 Thatcher guilty plea in coup plot  Mark Thatcher has pleaded guilty to bankrolling an alleged coup plot in Equatorial Guinea in a plea bargain deal Jun.2 Guilty verdict in graft case
  Schabir Shaik, a financial adviser to Deputy President Jacob Zuma, has been found guilty of fraud and corruption
Jun.8   Jail term for corrupt Zuma aide  Schabir Shaik, a financial adviser to Deputy President Jacob Zuma has been sentenced to 15 years Jun.20   Zuma faces charges
  Former Deputy President, who was sacked last week, is to be charged with corruption
Sep.30 Life for lion murderer
  White farmer Mark Scott-Crossley convicted of murdering a man whose remains were found in a lion enclosure




South Africa, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.6   Mandela's eldest son dies of AIDS  Makgatho Mandela, 54, had been critically ill for weeks after being admitted to a Johannesburg hospital Jan.15   Thousands mourn Mandela's son  Thousands including South Africa's president have joined Nelson Mandela at the funeral of his son Makgatho Apr.3   S. African observers back Mugabe win  The Southern Africans: The vote reflected the will of the people, but other monitors said it was neither free nor fair Apr.13 Mbeki: Ivorian poll to be 'open to all  South African President has urged Ivory Coast's leader to ensure the presidential election this year is open to all May.26 South Africa moves to drop Pretoria   An official committee on approved changing the name to Tshwane, overriding protests by whites Jun.14   President sacks deputy
  Thabo Mbeki has dismissed Jacob Zuma after the trial of Zuma's financial adviser implicated the deputy president
Jul.24   S Africa 'might pay Harare debt'  President Mbeki has indicated South Africa might repay some of Zimbabwe's foreign debts Dec.1 South Africa to have gay weddings  Highest court has ruled in favour of gay marriages, which are banned under current legislation