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The South African Apartheid

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Freya Heplo

on 13 June 2012

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The South African Apartheid Sharpeville The Sharpeville Massacre The Sharpeville Massacre was triggered when the Pan Africanist Congress organised a campaign against the Apartheid. The Sharpeville police reacted violently which lead to the massacre. Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC)
African National Congress (ANC)
Natal Indian Congress
Congress of Democrats
Communist Party
United Democratic Front Parties that organised uprisings against the Apartheid Before the apartheid law was enforced there were many conflicts between the indigenous and the white migrants from Holland and Britain.

The tension between blacks and whites built up over years. Hendrik Verwoerd defining the Apartheid. Prime Minister 1958-1966 Impacts Pro-Apartheid Anti-Apartheid Resolution In 1989 F. W. de Klerk became president He released Nelson Mandela He repealed all apartheid laws Klerk announced that everyone over 18 could vote On 27 April 1994 20 million South Africans voted in the first free election. The ANC won and Nelson Mandela became president. Opinion http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2012/may/29/steve-bloom-london-festival-photography-in-pictures#/?picture=390841679&index=1
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