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This Day in African History: 4 December

A chronicle of events in African history on this day

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1954, 4 December
Ghanaian government breaks off diplomatic relations with Belgium.

1981, 4 December
Ciskei is the fourth South African Bantustan to be granted independence. Chief Lennox Sebe becomes its first elected president.

1992, 4 December
US President George Bush prepares to send 28,000 US Marines into Somali to stop Somali warlords from confiscating food shipments.

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