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Apartheid in South Africa
Apartheid is the political policy of racial segregation. In Afrikaans, it means
apartness, and it was pioneered in 1948 by the South African National Party when it
came to power.
Not only did apartheid seperate whites from non-whites, it also segregated the
Blacks (Africans) from the Coloureds (Indians, Asians).
All things such as jobs, schools, railway stations, beaches, park benches, public
toilets and even parliament.
Apartheid also prevented blacks from living in white areas. This brought about
the hated 'pass laws'. …
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