Today In African History – June 14th

On this day in 1994At a meeting between former president Nelson Mandela and Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organisation Yasser Arafat, the two leaders agreed to the opening of a Palestinian embassy in South Africa with Arafat’s advisor on African affairs, Salman al-Hirfi, as ambassador.
Also on this day in 1979; Botswana authorities announced the arrest in Gaborone of nine Black dissidents in connection with the assassination of Mr. Sibeko.

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