Andrew Zondo, was a courageous freedom fighter, whose life was marked by a fierce determination to resist the oppressive apartheid regime that sought to perpetuate racial segregation and discrimination. Born around 1966 or 1967 in KwaMashu, a township near Durban,...
On June 16, 1976, thousands of black students took to the streets of Soweto to protest the compulsory use of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction in black schools. This peaceful demonstration turned into a tragic and violent event when police responded with brutality
David Stuurman: The South African Chief Who Was Exiled by the British for Offering Refuge to Escaped Slaves
David Stuurman was a Khoi chief and political activist, who played a significant role in the resistance against Dutch and British colonial administration in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
South Africa's pass laws also called dompas, were a system of regulations that restricted the movement of black Africans within the country. These laws were implemented by the white minority government in South Africa during apartheid.
The Sharpeville massacre was a turning point in the history of South Africa, marking a major shift in the struggle against apartheid. On March 21, 1960, thousands of black South Africans gathered outside the Sharpeville police station to protest against the apartheid pass laws.
In Sörgel's Atlantropa, white Europeans would rule as the dominant race, using black Africans as a strictly segregated source of manual labor.
People & Politics
This is a list of African countries and their presidents, heads of state, heads of governments, and other rulers in the year 2022.
According to 2022 Forbes ranking, Johann Rupert is the richest man in South Africa. His net-worth is estimated at $8.9 billion.
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