1964 in South Africa
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- 31 – The University of Port Elizabeth is established.
- South Africa is suspended from the International Labour Organisation.
- 11 – South Africa withdraws from the International Labour Organisation.
- 5 – South Africa is expelled from the Universal Postal Union in Vienna.
- 12 – In the Rivonia Trial Nelson Mandela's original 5-year sentence is extended to life for high treason.
- 24 – Frederick John Harris, a schoolteacher, explodes a bomb at Park Station, killing Ethel Rhys, a 77-year-old woman, and injuring 23 others.
- Nelson Mandela is awarded the Joliot Curie Gold Medal for Peace.
- Unknown date
- Sewsunker "Papwa" Sewgolum, an Indian golfer, wins the Dutch Open tournament for the third time.
- The African National Congress establishes offices in Dar-es-Salaam.
- The Mahotella Queens are formed by producer Rupert Bopape in the Johannesburg studios of Gallo Record Company,.
- The Munitions Production Board is formed in order to develop South African self-sufficiency in the manufacturing of arms.
- Neville Alexander is imprisoned on Robben Island.
- 3 November – Brenda Fassie, singer, is born in Langa, Cape Town.
- The South African Railways places the first of one hundred Class 5E1, Series 3 electric locomotives in mainline service.
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