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US court allows apartheid claims   Mandela boost for ANC supporters   Former South African president has made an unexpected appearance at the governing ANC party's final pre-election rally South Africans head for the polls  The polls expected to be the most competitive general election since the end of apartheid in 1994 ANC on course for South Africa landslide Map of Western Cape South Africa
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IPL will switch to South Africa   Prosecutors drop Zuma corruption charges
Anti-apartheid icon Suzman dies 167 freed after day trapped in gold mine Hunger strikers demand end to suffering Conflicting reports blur Zimbabwe deal  African leaders announced that a deal that would allow power-sharing agreement to move ahead, but the opposition had not signed off SA World Cup tickets go on sale   Dalai Lama refused visa for peace summit


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  South Africa has refused the Tibetan spiritual leader a visa to attend an international peace conference in Johannesburg
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  Prosecutors dropped corruption charges against ruling party president Jacob Zuma, who is expected to win the presidential race
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  The ANC had won around 65 percent of the vote. The opposition Democratic Alliance could be on course to claim control of Western Cape province
Zuma cheered as ANC heads for win Apr.24   ANC wins 'outright poll majority'
  The ruling African National Congress has won an outright majority in general elections, just short of 2/3 of the approximately 17 million ballots cast
Apr.25 Zuma vows to unite South Africa


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May.6     Zuma elected South African leader  The leader of African National Congress, Jacob Zuma, has been officially elected the country's president by members of parliament May.9     Zuma sworn in as South Africa's president
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  Jacob Zuma was inaugurated in an exuberant ceremony filled with heads of state and former presidents
 Zuma is an ethnic Zulu whose flamboyant style sits in contrast to more staid predecessors Mandela and Mbeki
    Zuma warning of economic 'pinch'  The newly inaugurated President, Jacob Zuma warned in his acceptance speech: South Africa is facing hard times economically May.10 New finance minister

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Jun.9 HIV in South Africa 'levels off'
Jun.14 S. Africa held by Iraq in Confed opener Jun.18 Brazil cruise to victory over 10-man USA Egypt shock Italy in Confederations Cup Jun.24     Shock win for USA over Spain   In one of the biggest upsets in international football the USA beat European champions 2-0 in the first semifinal of the Confederations Cup Jun.25   Late Alves free-kick gives Brazil victory   A stunning kick from full-back Daniel Alves with just two minutes remaining gives Brazil a 1-0 victory over host nation in Confederations Cup... Jun.27 Last-gasp Springboks win Lions Jun.28 Spain third place at Confederations Cup     Brazil survive US scare to win Confed Cup  Five-time world champions Brazil needed to come from two goals down to beat underdogs the United States 3-2 in the final

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Jul.8   S Africa strike hits stadium work  Some 70,000 construction workers have gone on strike, halting work on stadiums being built for the 2010 World Cup Jul.15   Agreement ends World Cup strikes  The strike which threatened to delay the construction schedule of stadiums for 2010 has ended according to the key union behind the dispute Jul.17     Mandela turns 91
  Former South African president is celebrating his 91st birthday -- as his wife reveals he is struggling to deal with the indignities of aging Jul.22   Discontent in townships spreads   Violence has spread as residents protest about what they say is a lack of basic services, such as water and housing Jul.23     Cable - big promises for African Internet  An undersea cable plugging East Africa into high speed Internet access went live, providing an alternative to expensive satellite connections

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Aug.20   SA fury over athlete gender test  Head of South Africa's athletics body: New 800m world champion Caster Semenya has been 'humiliated' after being asked to take a gender test Aug.25 Semenya given rousing S African reception


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Sep.4 White South African seeks asylum
Sep.11 IAAF urges caution over Semenya claims Sep.14 India athlete makes plea for Semenya Sep.19   SA athletics chief issues Semenya apology   Athletics South Africa's president Leonard Chuene has apologised for denying knowledge of gender tests conducted on runner Caster Semenya Sep.24 SA athletics chief to stay in job Sep.27 Fans warned of fake World Cup tickets

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Oct.2 Superb Australia reach Champions final
Oct.5   Australia retain Champions Trophy   Watson's second hundred in a week sealed Trophy glory for defending champions as they clinched a six-wicket win over New Zealand in the fina... Oct.23 Parreira returns as S. Africa coach

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Nov.5 Chief suspended over Semenya tests
Nov.19   Semenya to keep gold medal  Runner Caster Semenya will be allowed to keep the medal she won in the women's 800-meters at the World Athletics Championships

December 2009 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4     Football: South Africa face France   Host nation must overcome Mexico, France and Uruguay if they are to get to the knockout stages of the World Cup finals next year





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167 freed after day trapped in gold mine HIV in South Africa 'levels off' US court allows apartheid claims   Zuma warning of economic 'pinch'  The newly inaugurated President, Jacob Zuma warned in his acceptance speech: South Africa is facing hard times economically New finance minister S Africa strike hits stadium work  Some 70,000 construction workers have gone on strike, halting work on stadiums being built for the 2010 World Cup Agreement ends World Cup strikes  The strike which threatened to delay the construction schedule of stadiums for 2010 has ended according to the key union behind the dispute   Cable - big promises for African Internet  An undersea cable plugging East Africa into high speed Internet access went live, providing an alternative to expensive satellite connections SA World Cup tickets go on sale IPL will switch to South Africa S. Africa held by Iraq in Confed opener Brazil cruise to victory over 10-man USA Egypt shock Italy in Confederations Cup   Shock win for USA over Spain   In one of the biggest upsets in international football the USA beat European champions 2-0 in the first semifinal of the Confederations Cup Late Alves free-kick gives Brazil victory   A stunning kick from full-back Daniel Alves with just two minutes remaining gives Brazil a 1-0 victory over host nation in Confederations Cup... Last-gasp Springboks win Lions Spain third place at Confederations Cup   Brazil survive US scare to win Confed Cup  Five-time world champions Brazil needed to come from two goals down to beat underdogs the United States 3-2 in the final S Africa strike hits stadium work  Some 70,000 construction workers have gone on strike, halting work on stadiums being built for the 2010 World Cup Agreement ends World Cup strikes  The strike which threatened to delay the construction schedule of stadiums for 2010 has ended according to the key union behind the dispute SA fury over athlete gender test  Head of South Africa's athletics body: New 800m world champion Caster Semenya has been 'humiliated' after being asked to take a gender test Semenya given rousing S African reception IAAF urges caution over Semenya claims India athlete makes plea for Semenya SA athletics chief issues Semenya apology   Athletics South Africa's president Leonard Chuene has apologised for denying knowledge of gender tests conducted on runner Caster Semenya SA athletics chief to stay in job Fans warned of fake World Cup tickets Superb Australia reach Champions final Australia retain Champions Trophy   Watson's second hundred in a week sealed Trophy glory for defending champions as they clinched a six-wicket win over New Zealand in the fina... Parreira returns as S. Africa coach Chief suspended over Semenya tests Semenya to keep gold medal  Runner Caster Semenya will be allowed to keep the medal she won in the women's 800-meters at the World Athletics Championships   Football: South Africa face France   Host nation must overcome Mexico, France and Uruguay if they are to get to the knockout stages of the World Cup finals next year   Prosecutors drop Zuma corruption charges




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  Prosecutors dropped corruption charges against ruling party president Jacob Zuma, who is expected to win the presidential race




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2009 Jan.1 Anti-apartheid icon Suzman dies
Jan.20 Hunger strikers demand end to suffering Jan.26 Conflicting reports blur Zimbabwe deal  African leaders announced that a deal that would allow power-sharing agreement to move ahead, but the opposition had not signed off Mar.23   Dalai Lama refused visa for peace summit
  South Africa has refused the Tibetan spiritual leader a visa to attend an international peace conference in Johannesburg
Apr.8 US court allows apartheid claims Apr.19   Mandela boost for ANC supporters   Former South African president has made an unexpected appearance at the governing ANC party's final pre-election rally Apr.21 South Africans head for the polls  The polls expected to be the most competitive general election since the end of apartheid in 1994 Apr.23 ANC on course for South Africa landslide Map of Western Cape South Africa
  The ANC had won around 65 percent of the vote. The opposition Democratic Alliance could be on course to claim control of Western Cape province
Apr.23 Zuma cheered as ANC heads for win Apr.24 ANC wins 'outright poll majority'
  The ruling African National Congress has won an outright majority in general elections, just short of 2/3 of the approximately 17 million ballots cast
Apr.25 Zuma vows to unite South Africa
May.6   Zuma elected South African leader  The leader of African National Congress, Jacob Zuma, has been officially elected the country's president by members of parliament May.9   Zuma sworn in as South Africa's president
Map of Pretoria South Africa
  Jacob Zuma was inaugurated in an exuberant ceremony filled with heads of state and former presidents
 Zuma is an ethnic Zulu whose flamboyant style sits in contrast to more staid predecessors Mandela and Mbeki
May.9   Zuma warning of economic 'pinch'  The newly inaugurated President, Jacob Zuma warned in his acceptance speech: South Africa is facing hard times economically May.10 New finance minister Jul.17   Mandela turns 91  Former South African president is celebrating his 91st birthday -- as his wife reveals he is struggling to deal with the indignities of aging Jul.22 Discontent in townships spreads   Violence has spread as residents protest about what they say is a lack of basic services, such as water and housing Sep.4 White South African seeks asylum