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Saad Zaghloul Museum

A visit to the home of Egypt’s great leader - Saad Zaghloul In Munira, Cairo One of the great figures in Egypt’s modern history, Saad Zaghloul was known in his day as “father of the nation.” Zaghloul, founder of the Wafd Party, was the first Prime-Minister of Egypt after the Constitution of 1923. A continuous thorn in the side of the British, he was twice exiled by their Agent in Egypt and returned each time greater in...

Recent History of South Africa

The most significant change occurred in South African long history at late nineties. After a long struggle and series of violence a stable peace was finally brokered in 1990. The domestic situation was far from resolved. Violent responses to black protests increased commitment to a revolutionary struggle, and the United Nations finally imposed...

European Footstep in South Africa

The written history of South Africa begins with the arrival of the Portuguese. The first Portuguese ships rounded the Cape of Good Hope in 1488, their occupants intent on gaining a share of the lucrative Arab trade with the East. Over the following century, numerous vessels made their way around the South African coast, but the only direct African...