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  • ...sixth country, [[Lesotho]], is an [[enclave]] entirely surrounded by South African territory. ...n of people of 'coloured' (mixed race) communities in Africa. Black South Africans account for slightly less than 80% of the population.
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  • * ''A History of South Africa, Third Edition''. Leonard Thompson. Yale University Press. 1 March 2001. 38 * ''South Africa: A Narrative History''. Frank Welsh. Kodansha America. 1 February 1999. 606
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  • The southernmost [[Africa]]n nation; population about 50,000,000.
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  • ...cument of the [[South Africa|Republic of South Africa]]. The current South African constitution was approved on December 4, 1996 and has been in effect since The current constitution is the fifth since South Africa's 1910 founding and the second since its democratization during the 1990s.
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  • The '''Union of South Africa''' was a self-governing [[dominion]] of the [[British Empire]] from May 31, The Union of South Africa was formed by the merger of four previously discrete political units: The B
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  • ...y thereafter [[Robert Broom]] recovered adult specimens of early [[Africa| African]] hominins at [[Sterkfontein Cave| Sterkfontein]] in 1936, which would lea ...scientific and public opinion away from the collections and sites in South Africa<ref name="Hilton-Barber"/>.
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  • ...rwe, C.G. and J.E. du Plessis, editors. ''Introduction to the Law of South Africa''. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 2004.
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  • South Africa's principal governing document
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  • {{r|Africa}} {{r|African National Congress}}
    799 B (118 words) - 13:56, 6 October 2009
  • ...ton, Edgar Harris. ''The Inner History of the National Convention of South Africa''. T.M. Miller, 1912.
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  • ...ca's first nationwide multiracial election resulted in its ouster by the [[African National Congress]] (ANC). In 1997, the NP recast itself as the [[New Nati ...rty]] (SAP) government over its approach to the relationship between South Africa's English-speaking and [[Afrikaner]] communities.
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  • [[/Fossil sites|List of South African fossil sites]]
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  • *[http://www.gov.za/ South Africa Government Online] official government site *[http://www.parliament.gov.za/ Parliament of South Africa] official site
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  • ...o Press; 4th edition. ISBN 0226138895. Contains reviews of numerous South Africansites. [http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0002-7316%28198804%2953%3A2%3C441% ...Humankind''. Struik. 212pgs. ISBN 978-1-77007-065-3. Focused book on South African sites. [http://books.google.com/books?id=JzEDy3SyptEC&dq=field+guide+to+fo
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  • The '''Banknotes of South West Africa''' are of interest to [[British Commonwealth]] [[notaphilist]]s and [[numis ==South West African emergency banknote issues==
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Union of South Africa]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Constitution of South Africa}}
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  • ...African government website, a portal to the full text of the current South African constitution, its amendments, the interim constitution it replaced, and th
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  • *[http://www.gov.za/ South Africa Government Online] official government site *[http://www.parliament.gov.za/ Parliament of South Africa] official site
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  • The '''Banknotes of South West Africa''' are of interest to [[British Commonwealth]] [[notaphilist]]s and [[numis ==South West African emergency banknote issues==
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  • ...While it is the most numerous early hominid fossil discovered in southern Africa, it has only been found at sites within the Cradle of Humankind World Herit *[[Kromdraai Cave| Kromdraai]], South Africa 1938
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Union of South Africa]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Constitution of South Africa}}
    500 B (67 words) - 02:21, 12 January 2010
  • ...cument of the [[South Africa|Republic of South Africa]]. The current South African constitution was approved on December 4, 1996 and has been in effect since The current constitution is the fifth since South Africa's 1910 founding and the second since its democratization during the 1990s.
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  • ...cluded in the new [[Cape Province]]. During the [[First World War]], South Africa overran the German colony and established martial law. ...h African civil servants who were responsible for administering South West Africa, and the engineers who were developing its road and railway network.
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  • | name = ''Australopithecus africanus'' | species = '''''A. africanus'''''
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  • ...n]]. [[Fossil|Fossils]] of ''P. robustus'' have only been found in [[South Africa]]. ...ustus'' was discovered at the site of [[Kromdraai Cave| Kromdraai]], South Africa <ref name="Hilton-Barber">{{cite book|title=Field guide to the Cradle of Hu
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  • ...subsequent to their 1933 general election coalition, the UP governed South Africa from 1934 through 1948 and was the official opposition party from 1948 unti ...ening to join forces with the SAP, oust the National Party, and save South Africa from economic ruin.
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  • ...l appointed by the [[South Africa]]n Government to administer [[South West Africa]] on its behalf from 1915 until 1990. ==Military Governor of South West Africa==
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  • ...r their significant contribution to our understanding of human origins in Africa. The core area was proclaimed a World Heritage site in 1999 and additional ...hannesburg (South Africa)| Johannesburg]] in the [[Gauteng province (South Africa)| Gauteng Province]]. The Taung site is found in [[Tufa| tufaceous]] cave
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  • ...strators-General of South West Africa|Administrators-General of South West Africa]]
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  • ...sixth country, [[Lesotho]], is an [[enclave]] entirely surrounded by South African territory. ...n of people of 'coloured' (mixed race) communities in Africa. Black South Africans account for slightly less than 80% of the population.
    51 KB (7,519 words) - 16:23, 15 September 2013
  • ...vipers.<ref name="SB95">Spawls S, Branch B. 1995. The Dangerous Snakes of Africa. Ralph Curtis Books. Dubai: Oriental Press. 192 pp. ISBN 0-88359-029-8.</re ...]'',<ref name="McD99"/> which is also the most widely distributed viper is Africa.<ref name="SB95"/> Currently, 14 species are recognized.<ref name="ITIS">[h
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  • ...til 1934, when it was dissolved and fused with the [[National Party (South Africa)|National Party]] to form the [[United Party]]. == South Africa's first government ==
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  • ...fford Cricket Ground]] was renamed Brian Statham Way in his honour and the south end of Old Trafford is called the Brian Statham End. ...t summer in Adelaide where Statham played his first overseas match against South Australia, starting on Saturday, 27 January 1951.<ref name="WO2001"/> Stath
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  • ====South Africa==== {{r|African National Congress}}
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  • ...losely related to [[Dutch language|Dutch]]. It is spoken mainly in [[South Africa]] and [[Namibia]]. Although it is sometimes incorrectly referred to as a "[ ...[[grammatical gender]]s to one) and imported considerable vocabulary from African languages as well as from [[Portuguese language|Portuguese]] and [[Bahasa
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  • ...er Publishing Company, Malabar, Florida. 359 pp. ISBN 0-89464-877-2.</ref> African puff adder,<ref name="Fic82">Fichter GS. 1982. Poisonous Snakes. (A First ...S, Howell K, Drewes R, Ashe J. 2004. A Field Guide To The Reptiles Of East Africa. A & C Black Publishers Ltd., London. 543 pp. ISBN 0-7136-6817-2.</ref><ref
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  • * ''A History of South Africa, Third Edition''. Leonard Thompson. Yale University Press. 1 March 2001. 38 * ''South Africa: A Narrative History''. Frank Welsh. Kodansha America. 1 February 1999. 606
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