A war between the dutch settlers and the newly settling british emipre over land in South Africa.
Descendents of Dutch settlers in South Africa.
(African National Congress) a group of native africans who opposed Apartheid, and took nonviolent and violent actions against it.
A peaceful protest outside of a police station in Sharpville South Afirca that turned violent when police started shooting into the crowd killing 69 people and injuring another 62 people.
Student-Led protest in on June 16, 1796 in South Africa due to the law that now only Afrikaans would be taught as a language in schools.
Born Rolihlahla Mandela in 1918, he changed his name Nelson Mandela and soon became a prominent leader in the ANC. After Apartheid, he was freed from jail and was voted in as president of South Africa.
Desmond Tutu was born in 1931 and became a christian cleric. He was an opponent of Apartheid and afterwards became the first black Archbishop in South Africa.
F.W. de Klerk was the president of South Africa who negotiated with the ANC and Nelson Mandela to end Apartheid and bring about reform.
truth and reconciliation tribunals
A court created to hear the injustices caused by Apartheid and was tasked with giving out punishments as well as forgivence