A system of laws that seperated racial and ethnic groups, and limited the rights of blacks in South Africa. (Means "apartness")
The name for the Dutch, who were the first European settlers in South Africa.
A small territory entirely surrounded by a larger territory.
A country in which a great deal of manufacturing occurs.
A crowded neighborhood outside cities in South Africa where most nonwhites live.
Most Industrialized Country In Africa
South Africa is the world's largest producer and exporter of ___, and has large deposits of other mineral resources.
In what year was Apartheid (or "apartness") set up by white settlers?
Seperated racial and ethnic groups and limited the rights of Black South Africans.
What did Apartheid do?
When did Apartheid end?
When did South Africa hold its first all-inclusive democratic elections?
Swaziland and Lesotho.
What are the names of the two enclaves in South Africa?
They provide farmers and miners for South Africa.
What do the enclaves do?
The Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean.
South Africa borders what two bodies of water?
The Cape of Good Hope
___ is the southernmost point on the continent of Africa.
Most black African ethnic groups in South Africa trace their Ancestry to ___-___ ___,who settled the area between A.D. 100 and 1000.
___ ___ was the first black president in South Africa, and was elected in April 1994.
___ ___ is a port city on South Africa's Atlantic coast.
South Africa has experienced a long struggle between its ___ and ___ people
True or false, South Africa is one of the most resource-rich countries in the world.