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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) 1974 in South Africa 1971 1972 1973 « 1974 » 1975 1976 1977 Timeline of South African history Events January 4 January - Harry Schwarz met with Mangosuthu Buthelezi signed the Mahlabatini Declaration of Faith, a five-point 5 point plan for racial peace in South Africa. March 18 March - Members of the World Council of Churches's Executive or Central Committee are banned from South Africa 19 March - The Narcotics Bureau of the South African Police is founded 19 March - Chief Minister Cedric Phatudi of Lebowa signed the ‘Seshego Declaration’ with the United Party Transvaal leader, Harry Schwarz and the United Party M.P. for Durban North aiming at peaceful change, a federal system and a stake in society for black people. April 24 April - Whites only general election is held. Won by the National Party 25 April - A coup in Portugal leds to withdrawal from its colonies in Angola and Mozambique May 6 May - The British and Irish Lions begin a controversial twenty-two match rugby union tour of South Africa and Rhodesia 29 May - B.J. Vorster, Prime Minister of South Africa and Ian Smith, Prime Minister of Rhodesia, meet for talks and agree to co-operative coexistence with, and non-interference in the internal affairs of a black-ruled Mozambique June 5 June - The Japanese government announces that South Africans will no longer be granted visas to enter Japan September 22–23 September - John Vorster, Prime Minister of South Africa hold talks with Félix Houphouët-Boigny, President of Côte d'Ivoire October 25 October - Pik Botha declares at the United Nations that South Africa is beginning to make far-reaching reforms Births January 11 — David, Elizabeth, Emma, Grant, Jason and Nicolette Rosenkowitz are born in Cape Town, the first sextuplets in the world where all six babies survived February 7 — Steve Nash, 2005 and 2006 NBA MVP, is born in Johannesburg (emigrated with his family to Canada in early childhood and raised there) March 5 — Megan Hall, triathlete March 15 — Percy Montgomery, Springboks rugby player April 13 — K. Sello Duiker, novelist (d. 2005) June 30 — Hezekiél Sepeng, athlete, is born in Potchefstroom June 12 — Sivan Pillay, Entertainment Executive (music and television), lead singer of Rock band Hunting Season, is born in Durban November 8 — Penny Heyns, breaststroke swimmer Deaths 1 February - Onkgopotse Abram Tiro, a leader of the South African Students' Organisation, is killed by a letter bomb near Gaborone, Botswana 30 April - Johanna Suzanna Holtzhausen, a coloratura singer and member of the Music Committee of the Federation of Afrikaans Cultural Organisations, dies at the age of 88