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In 1983, South African Breweries splits its hotel interests into two. Sun International, headed by Sol Kerzner, retained all of the casino hotels located in the areas that South Africa had designated as "independent homelands" and had Southern Sun as a 20% stakeholder. Southern Sun retained the company's other hotels in South Africa.
After the end of Apartheid in South Africa in the early 1990s, the so-called homelands were re-integrated into the new South Africa. Southern Sun developed its own gaming resorts and began to compete increasingly with Sun International. In 2000, Southern Sun sold its stake in Sun International to Kersaf[who?].
Today, the Sun International brand operations include resorts, luxury hotel products, and casinos, across 27 destinations in 8 countries.
|Nigeria||The Federal Palace Hotel|
|Royal Swazi Spa|
|South Africa||Carnival City Casino and Entertainment World|
|Fish River Sun|
|The Golden Valley Casino|
|Grandwest Casino and Entertainment World|
|Meropa Casino and Entertainment World|
|Morula Casino and Hotel|
|Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom|
|Wild Coast Sun|
|Windmill Casino and Entertainment Centre|
|The Carousel Casino and Entertainment World|
|The Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment World|
|The Table Bay|
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