The Anglo-Boer War was the last great campaign between Afrikaners and English people in South Africa. The result of this war affected the destiny of nations in the region but also determined the political and economic relations with the British Empire. This great campaign was widely reported in the western media but also in many other countries such as Turkey. Due to political challenges with the British Empire, the Ottoman Empire observed the Anglo-Boer War but also supported the Afrikaners. Two Turkish intellectuals wrote books about Anglo-Boer War but also several Turkish journalists reported the War from the beginning to the end. More importantly the Ottoman Government sent a military attaché to South Africa, lieutenant colonial Aziz Bey who stayed in Pretoria for three months and reported the war to the Ottoman Government. For many reasons, Turkish newspapers and officers were interested in the Anglo-Boer War. This presentation aims to reveals the effects of the Anglo-Boer War in the Ottoman Empire in the light of the Ottoman archival documents.