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4 December, Today in Kimberley’s History

4 December 1899: Work ceases in the De Beers Mine because of the siege, 1899

 4 December 1901: The first annual sports meeting of Christian Brothers’ College, 1901

4 December  1907: The equestrian statue of Cecil Rhodes unveiled by Sir Walter Hely-Hutchinson, 1907

4 December  1912: The first combined Council meeting of Kimberley and Beaconsfield, 1912

4 December 1926: War Memorial dedication – the Chancel of St Cyprian’s Cathedral by Archbishop William Cater, 1926

4 December  1987: The Big Hole Caravan Park opened, one of the top ten in RSA, 1987

4 December  1994: Kimberley’s Peace Torch lit, 1994

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