Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa
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The policy of segregation in South Africa is related withMarks:1
separate public places for whites and blacks.
Explanation:Separate public places like the hotels, hospitals, schools and colleges for whites and blacks was the part of policy of segregation in South Africa.
The ‘coloured people’ of South Africa are theMarks:1
people of ‘mixed races’.
Explanation:On the basis of the skin colour, the apartheid divided the population of South Africa into blacks, whites and people from ''mixed races'. People from the ‘mixed races’ were called coloured people.
During apartheid people were divided on the basis of theirMarks:1
Explanation:Segregation of blacks was one of the important features of the apartheid. There were separate modes of communications, public facilities and educational institutions for whites and blacks.
Nelson Mandela and seven other leaders were sentenced to life imprisonment because theyMarks:1
opposed the apartheid regime in South Africa.
Explanation:Nelson Mandela, being tried for treason by the white South African government. He along with seven other leaders was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1964 for daring to oppose the apartheid regime.
Africa was rich because it had many different resources ofMarks:1
Explanation:Africa had abundant land and a relatively small population. Europeans were attracted to Africa due to its vast resources of land and minerals.