Apartheid was a system of racial segregation in South Africa enforced through
legislation by the National Party (NP), the governing party from 1948 to 1994.
The government enforced apartheid ruthlessly. Large areas of Cape Town were
designated 'white suburbs' and coloured and ...
The political and legal system of Apartheid in South Africa enforced a regime of
racial oppression and segregation from its inception in the mid 1900's until the ...
Mar 22, 2014 ... Dr. John Kani of the Apartheid Museum talks about some of the laws enacted
during Apartheid. ProjectExplorer.org in South Africa is: ...
Apartheid (literally "apartness" in Afrikaans and Dutch) was a system of racial
segregation that was enforced in South Africa from 1948 to 1994. South Africa
Policies of racial segregation and the legal enforcement of White supremacy had
been fundamental to the social and political landscape of southern Africa since ...
Apartheid built upon earlier laws, but made segregation more rigid and ... of beer
brewing and reactions to stricter enforcement of influx control regulations.
That same year, in a sign of growing world opposition to state-enforced racial
discrimination, the United Nations (UN) declared apartheid "a crime against ...
Jun 3, 2015 ... Apartheid, ( Afrikaans: “apartness”) apartheid: South African beach ... To help
enforce the segregation of the races and prevent blacks from ...
Summary. From 1960 to 1983, the apartheid government forcibly moved 3.5
million black South Africans in one of the largest mass removals of people in ...