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Form Time | History | Citizenship

How did South African Apartheid happen?

For 46 years, South Africans lived under Apartheid, a strict policy of segregation that limited the rights of the country's Black majority. More than half of the population could not vote, receive a proper education, marry white people or travel without documentation. But how did these laws come to be, and how did this strict and inhuman era of institutionalised discrimination come to an end?

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