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On This Day: What happened on 25 November?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live in today. Every day is worth remembering.

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Here’s a look at what happened on this day, 25 November, throughout history. We remember the news, events, and people that influenced the course of history forever.


1981 | In the Seychelles a coup fails that was started by South African mercenaries led by Colonel Thomas Michael “Mad Mike” Hoare.

1993 | A bomb attack targeting the Prime Minister of Egyptian, Atef Sedki, failed.

1997 | Katiza Cebekhulu appeared before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to testify that he saw Winnie Madikizela-Mandela kill Stompie Seipei.

2004 | 14 underage prostitutes are rescued by the child prostitution and trafficking task team in Johannesburg.

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1957 | Founder of the Anglo American Corporation, Sir Ernest Oppenheimer (77)

1997 | 1st President of Malawi, Hastings Banda (99)

2004 | South African poet, Sheila Cussons (82)


1944 | 8th vice-president of Kenya, Michael Kijana Wamalwa

1945 | South African artist, Stanley Bongani Nkosi

1980 | South African footballer, Aaron Mokoena

1980 | South African cricketer, Alviro Petersen


2006 | The Springboks beat England 25-14 on their end of year tour of Europe.

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2014 | Lionel Messi scores a hat-trick and becomes the top goal scorer in the Champions League.


1968 | Hatey Bazarey, an Indian art film, wins the Golden Lotus at the 15th National Film Awards in India

2013 | Disney releases Frozen’s Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


Africa has 2 364 bird species, which is more than 25% in the world. 67% of the bird species are endemic to the African continent.

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