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The racist signs South Africans had to look at every day for 40 years
Beaches, bridges, swimming pools, washrooms, cinemas and even burial grounds were all segregated under Apartheid in South Africa.
Cape Town's first traffic light.
The city's first three traffic lights were installed in January 1932.This one is in Darling street near the Castle. They were promptly named Robots. a uniquely South African term which has remained through the years.
apartheid south africa
Caroline chose this picture because it shows the shocking amount of racism that remained, even after apartheid was banished. The blacks who were finally allowed to ride on a white bus were plainly ignored by the women. Caroline thinks that this picture perfectly represents racism and the horrible treatment of blacks in South Africa during that time. It also shows how far Mandela's influence and work has taken mankind.
December 13, 1971
In South-West Africa (now Namibia), 6,000 indigenous Ovambos – required under the rule of South Africa’s apartheid government to live in tribal areas in the northern third of the country and requir…
C.T. docks during the Suez crisis 1956.
Due to the blockage of the Suez Canal all shipping had to round the Cape, causing months long congestion of all South Afrian ports. From a newspaper clipping.
South Africa Apartheid Mass Murders White Apathy Effect
Queenstown South Africa, Apartheid killer rampage. Black South Africans were not allowed to live but only to work in the all white South...
Oranjezicht the house c1900.
Probably built by a member of the Van Breda family during the 18th century, the house and grounds were at the top of the present day Upper Orange street.The house was demolished during the 1980's but the name survives in that of the suburb by the same name.