The life of Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela worked for equality in South Africa from 1942 until his retirement from public life in 2004. Here's a look at his remarkable life:
Daisy Bates and The Little Rock Nine
September 25, 1957, became a historic day in the Nation when nine courageous children risked their lives to attend Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. Confronted by a hostile crowd and es…
Balthazar Johannes Vorster (13 Desember 1915 tot 10 September 1983) het dr. Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd met laasgenoemde se sluipmoord op 6 September 1966 opgevolg as Eerste Minister van Suid-Afrika en so die sewende Eerste Minister sedert Uniewording geword. Hy was ook 'n kort tydperk van 1978 tot 1979 Staatspresident van Suid-Afrika.
Zimbabwean-born, South African leader & activist Chief Albert Lutuli who served as president of South Africa’s African National Congress party from 1952-1967 & in 1960 became Africa’s first ever Nobel Peace Prize winner for his role in the non-violent struggle against apartheid. On July 21st, 1967, Lutuli was killed as he was struck by train whilst crossing railway tracks- an explanation for his death that many believe to be false.
Robert Sobukwe | South African History Online
Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe was born to Hubert and Angelina Sobukwe on 5 December 1924 at Graaff-Reinet, Cape Province. He was the youngest of five boys and one girl.