List of South Africans

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This is a list of notable South Africans who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles.

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Nadine Gordimer

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Performing artists[change | change source]

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Singers, musicians and composers[change | change source]

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Activists and trade unionists[change | change source]

Apartheid operatives[change | change source]

Colonial and Union Governors[change | change source]

See also: British Cape governors

Leaders and politicians[change | change source]

Prime Ministers and Presidents[change | change source]

Royalty[change | change source]

Prelates, clerics and evangelists[change | change source]

Sport[change | change source]

Athletics[change | change source]

Basketball[change | change source]

  • Steve Nash, point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers (born 1974)

Cricket[change | change source]

Golf[change | change source]

Ice Hockey[change | change source]

Motorsport[change | change source]

Rugby[change | change source]

Soccer[change | change source]

Tennis[change | change source]

  • Roger Federer, holds both Swiss and South African citizenship (born 1981)

Travelers, adventurers and pioneers[change | change source]

Other[change | change source]

  • Paul Lloyd Jr, first South African wrestler to wrestle in WWE, son of successful SA wrestling promoter Paul Lloyd (born 1981)
  • Taung Child, homonid fossil (born c. 2.5 million years ago)

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