1807 in South Africa
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- British ban slave trade and the importation of slaves to the Cape ends.
- 17 January - Henry George Grey is appointed as acting Governor of the Cape.
- 22 May - Du Pré Alexander, Earl of Caledon is appointed Governor of the Cape.
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