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VOLCANOES

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Questions
Apartheid for White South African
Southern Africa in the 20th Century

BY : Mona & Nindira
References
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What is apartheid?
Apartheid is a system made by white government who enforce the existing policies of racial segregation.
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White South African Tragedy. 2014. White South African Tragedy. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.democratic-republicans.us/white-south-african-tragedy. [Accessed 21 April 2014].

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Apartheid - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com. 2014. Apartheid - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.history.com/topics/apartheid. [Accessed 07 May 2014].Apartheid - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com. 2014. Apartheid - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.history.com/topics/apartheid. [Accessed 25 April 2014].

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Apartheid didn’t benefit whites » Human Action. 2014. Apartheid didn’t benefit whites » Human Action. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.humanaction.co.za/2011/06/apartheid-didnt-benefit-whites/. [Accessed 25 May 2014].

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Cape Town History and Heritage. 2014. Cape Town History and Heritage. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.capetown.at/heritage/history/apartheid.htm. [Accessed 25 May 2014].

1. Did anyone benefit from apartheid?
2. Why did opposition to apartheid increase?
the impact of the apartheid
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denied in participation in national government

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reduced their possibility to unify into one nationalist organization

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plunged into poverty and hopelessness because they removed from their homes

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separated from each other and divide them in order to decrease their political power



Answers
Conclusion
Under apartheid, both side (white and black skin) would be forced to:

live in separate areas
use separate public facilities
and contact between them would be limited.
*Segregation: the action where someone or something apart from others
Apartheid for Black South African
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Didn't have legal or easy access to certain overseas.
(products, books, movies)

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Whites who were employed by the large Apartheid state, gained poor skills.

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Whites who spoke out against the government were jailed or killed.

Opposition to Apartheid
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Strikes started by African factory workers fought for higher wages

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It work to improve the morale, pride, and self-esteem of Africans.

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The police started fire on Blacks African in 1960

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About 67 blacks were killed and more than 180 wounded
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Both (white and black) didn't get any benefit from the apartheid because they basically live as one condition, but they live separately.


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Because Black South Africans were suffering under the apartheid.
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South Africa is suffered under the Apartheid they cannot live free just like what they want

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They're forced to live in a bad condition since everything is limited for them
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