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Chris Hani

Chris Hani

Chris Hani -  Chris Hani Part of a series on Apartheid      Events     Projects  [show] Organisations[show] People[show] Places[show] Related topics[show]      Category Category      v     t     e  Chris Hani, born Martin Thembisile Hani (28 June 1942 – 10 April 1993)[1] was the leader of the South African Communist Party and chief of staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress (ANC). He was a fierce opponent of the apartheid government.

Chris Hani at Lamga Stadium | South African History Online

Chris Hani inspect Mk soldiers at an MK rally held at Langa Stadium,Cape Town,1991

Chris Hani, born Martin Thembisile Hani (28 June 1942 – 10 April 1993)[1] was the leader of the South African Communist Party and chief of staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress (ANC). He was a fierce opponent of the apartheid government.

Chris Hani at Lamga Stadium | South African History Online

Chris Hani inspect Mk soldiers at an MK rally held at Langa Stadium,Cape Town,1991

Chris Hani was assassinated on 10 April 1993

Chris Hani was assassinated on 10 April 1993

Solomon Mahlangu - operative of the (ANC) militant wing, Umkhonto weSizwe (MK). Convicted of murder by the then-apartheid administration, Mahlangu was hanged in 1979

Solomon Mahlangu - operative of the (ANC) militant wing, Umkhonto weSizwe (MK). Convicted of murder by the then-apartheid administration, Mahlangu was hanged in 1979

Marais Viljoen -  State President of South Africa from 4 June 1979 until 3 September 1984

Marais Viljoen - State President of South Africa from 4 June 1979 until 3 September 1984

Victoria Mxenge: She became more politically active after her husband, who had been banned earlier and detained by the National Party government, was assassinated by Vlakplaas agents in Umlazi township south of Durban. He had multiple stab wounds and his body was found near the soccer field in Umlazi. She practiced law and was assassinated shortly before the trial Pietermaritzburg Treason Trial.

Victoria Mxenge: She became more politically active after her husband, who had been banned earlier and detained by the National Party government, was assassinated by Vlakplaas agents in Umlazi township south of Durban. He had multiple stab wounds and his body was found near the soccer field in Umlazi. She practiced law and was assassinated shortly before the trial Pietermaritzburg Treason Trial.

Solomon Plaatje was one of the leading figures who vigorously opposed the Natives Land Act

Solomon Plaatje was one of the leading figures who vigorously opposed the Natives Land Act

General Louis Botha, first premier of the Union of South Africa

•	adversely affected the quality of education for black students. •	Dilapidated school buildings, overcrowded classrooms, inadequate instruction, poor teacher training, and a lack of textbooks •	even the sports fields at white schools were far superior to those at black schools

• adversely affected the quality of education for black students. • Dilapidated school buildings, overcrowded classrooms, inadequate instruction, poor teacher training, and a lack of textbooks • even the sports fields at white schools were far superior to those at black schools

•	promoted myths and racial stereotypes in its curricula and textbooks •	treated blacks as perpetual children in need of parental supervision by whites •	Bantu education schools suffered terribly from government's neglect •	Enormous disparities in funding between white and black schools and student-teacher ratios

• promoted myths and racial stereotypes in its curricula and textbooks • treated blacks as perpetual children in need of parental supervision by whites • Bantu education schools suffered terribly from government's neglect • Enormous disparities in funding between white and black schools and student-teacher ratios

•	extended apartheid to black schools •	Based on the view that the education of blacks was a special responsibility of a superior white race •	It denied black people access to the same educational opportunities and resources enjoyed by white South Africans •	denigrated black people's history, culture, and identity

• extended apartheid to black schools • Based on the view that the education of blacks was a special responsibility of a superior white race • It denied black people access to the same educational opportunities and resources enjoyed by white South Africans • denigrated black people's history, culture, and identity

A law is passed that creates a separate education system for blacks and whites. Blacks are trained to prepare them for a life as part of the working class since it is not expected that they will be allowed to do anything more than that

A law is passed that creates a separate education system for blacks and whites. Blacks are trained to prepare them for a life as part of the working class since it is not expected that they will be allowed to do anything more than that