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Apartheid in South Africa.
South Africa is a country tormented by a past of enforced racism and separation of its
multi-racial community. The 'superior' white Europeans invaded the country and imposed a
political system known as 'Apartheid' (meaning 'apartness'). This system severely restricted the
rights and lifestyle of the non-white inhabitants of the country forcing them to live separately
from the white Europeans. This system of imposed racial ideas although now ended, has left an
imprint on the thoughts and actions of society in South Africa today.
Dutch farmers known as the Boers settled the African lands. E…
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