South African Liberation War

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South African Liberation War
Map of South African Liberation War
Date 5 May 2009 - –
25 May 2009
Location South Africa
Result Indonesia and Brazil conquered all South African provinces
Territorial Changes South Africa lost all territories
Fights 2803+
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Flag-Brazil.jpg Brazil
Flag-South Africa.jpg South Africa
Minor roles played:
Flag-Romania.png Romania
Flag-Spain.jpg Spain
Flag-Canada.jpg Canada
Flag-Croatia.jpg Croatia
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Flag-USA.jpg USA
Flag-UK.jpg UK
Commanders and Leaders
Flag-Brazil.jpg Bunaly
Flag-Indonesia.jpg darkyojimbo
Flag-South Africa.jpg Gabriel Borien

In the last week of May 2009, Indonesia and its ally, Brazil took over the remaining five provinces that were in South African hands. South African lost all regions (12th of June 2009). Cavalcanti, a Brazilian congressman at that time, proposed to impeach the president of South Africa, Gabriel Borien. This legislation was accepted, and Gabriel lost power.

June Elections

The South African population in exile at that time went back to Indonesian occupied South Africa. They went to vote for a Romanian political party in Indonesia, which promised to return occupied regions back to South ASfrica.

Unfortunately they lost the elections, and the South Africans were forced to wait for a next opportunity to arise.


As of (June 13th 2009) South Africa is shared by Brazil and Indonesia. With resistance wars here and there, the South Africans are doing their best to reclaim their land.

Happenings still active...

See Also