With the advent of the Apartheid Regime, South Africa became a racially segregated
country. Its citizens were classified according to the groups: white, black, coloured and
Indian. During the years 1960 to 1983, 3.5 million “non-white” South Africans were
forcibly removed from their homes and moved to areas reserved solely for them.
The year 1970 saw the abolition of political representation in South Africa. Read More
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