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Transcript of South Africa
European rule over allowed for new technology
South African economy became more sophisticated
The imperialism of South Africa by European countries had a negative effect on the country as it denied South African people of their human rights, utilized the African economy to its own advantage, and changed South African culture for the worse.
KhoiKhoi and San people
The Dutch came
European culture/ways forced onto South Africans
South Africans exposed to new technology
Dutch farming clashed with Khoikhoi's pastoral way of life
Slavery and forced labor
Children captured and taught to speak Dutch and learn Christianity
in South Africa
By Ashley Thayaparan, Shwetha Suresh, and Sophie Kang
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Europeans dug gold and diamonds in South Africa and used it for trade
Brought immigrants to sell the diamonds and gold
Economy was in rough shape/unstable since they had to make a new imperialism during the 18th-19th century
Money required for natural resources, new markets, land for growing crops, and the places to invest profits
Scramble for Africa
Discovery of gold and diamonds
British using this for their own advantage
Apartheid and racial discrimination
Natives treated with no respect
Many South Africans became slaves
European ways forced on South Africa
The Scramble for Africa
Dutch and British in South Africa
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