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5 Written Questions
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- Robben Island
- F.W. de Klerk's Reforms
- Soweto Riots
- a This is where the main black leaders were imprisoned.
- b replaced P.W. Botha and announced the legislation of the ANC, PAC, SACP, and the release of hundreds of political prisoners including Mandela and Sisulu. He also declared that he was ready to work with all political groups to create a new constitution that would give equal rights to every South African.
- c Convention for A Democratic South Africa: held to create a new constitution with the ANC and other political parties. Mandela and de Klerk had a hard time keeping their supporters behind them for CODESA. The ANC pulled out in 1992.
- d 15,000 people protested against a new government ruling that half their lessons should be taught in Afrikaans. Also the riots were caused by the Afrikaners replacing Urban local authorities and replacing them with their own. Police met the violence of the riots with their own violence. About 6,000 people were arrested. Schools, bottle stores, beer halls, shops, clinics, banks, libraries, post offices, and homes were destroyed. More than 700 blacks were killed.
- e South-West African People's Organization: the black liberation movement that was successful in Namibia
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A large collection of townships south-west of Johannesburg.
- Leader of the Inkatha and since 1972 he had been the Chief Minister of the homeland of KwaZulu.
- Azanian People's Organization: the successor of black Consciousness its message was that black people had to free themselves.
- Created by the State Security Council and it divided SA into a network of security units so they would be able to deal with resistance groups quickly and effectively.
- President of the US from 1980, also a fierce believer in free trade and against sanctions.
5 True/False Questions
Azania → Azanian People's Organization: the successor of black Consciousness its message was that black people had to free themselves.
UDF → United Democratic Front: created in 1983 aimed to unite all black resistance groups.
Students' Representative Council → The name of the new government created by the 1994 election. Mandela was the president, Mbeki and de Klerk were Deputy Presidents.This survived until 1996.
Desmond Tutu → The young SA gangsters that caused havoc and violence in the townships and with other gangs. Sometimes had more control than police.
Total Strategy → P.W. Botha Believed that white SA was targeted by massive external and internal attacks which had to be met with an equal counter-attack led by the government and security forces.