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 ...
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Apartheid means 'apart-hood' or 'the state of being apart' and was the ... It was
enforced by the laws of the South African National Party governments from 1948
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
Jun 3, 2015 ... Apartheid, ( Afrikaans: “apartness”) policy that governed relations ... To help
enforce the segregation of the races and prevent blacks from ...
Apartheid built upon earlier laws, but made segregation more rigid and ... of beer
brewing and reactions to stricter enforcement of influx control regulations.
Apartheid was premised on discrimination, denial and segregation in every .....
be implemented by the formal law enforcement structures backed by legislation, ...
Apartheid describes a system of racist laws and policies of total segregation in ...
Apartheid built upon earlier laws, but made segregation more rigid enforced it ...
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Starting in 1948, the Nationalist Government in South Africa enacted laws to
define and enforce segregation. What makes South Africa 's apartheid era