by Graham Leach
For South Africa the year 1988 was one of politically charged anniversaries. It was 500 years since the Portuguese explorer, Bartholomeu Dias, became the first European to set foot on the southern tip of Africa. The ruling National Party marked 40 years in power, while President P.W. Botha celebrated ten years as the country's controversial leader. Most important of all wa...more
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