Which year did South Africa become independent?

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South Africa became a fully self-governing Dominion on 31 May 1910 as the Union of South Africa, comprising the Cape Colony (subsequently Cape Province) Transvaal, Orange River Colony (henceforth the Orange Free State, its old name before British
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South Africa formed the Union of South Africa formed on May 31, 1910 on May 31, 1910 and is 103 years old.
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