Stephen Bantu Biko (Dec 1946-Sept 1977) was an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa in the 1960s & 1970s. A student leader, he later founded the Black Consciousness Movement which would empower & mobilize much of the urban black population. Since his death in police custody, he has been called a martyr of the anti-apartheid movement.
Eugène Ter'Blanche | Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging | AWB | Bekende Afrikaners | So onthou ek Suid-Afrika
Eugène Terre'Blanche † 31 Januarie 1941 - 3 April 2010 was 'n omstrede Suid-Afrikaanse politieke aktivis wat die Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) gestig het. Gebore 'n Afrikaner in Ventersdorp, Transvaal. As polisieman sluit hy aan by die HNP in 1969 en stig die AWB as 'n geheime organisasie in 1973, ná sy ontnugtering met die Nasionale Party tydens die apartheidsera. Dien 3 jaar tronkstraf uit in 2001 vir die moord op 'n swart sekuriteitswag. Word vermoor op sy plaas Vilana naby…
Zulu Family History | South African History Online
The four major ethnic divisions among Black South Africans are the Nguni, Sotho, Shangaan-Tsonga and Venda. The Nguni represent nearly two thirds of South Africa's Black population and can be divided into four distinct groups; the Northern and Central Nguni (the Zulu-speaking peoples), the Southern Nguni (the Xhosa-speaking peoples), the Swazi people from Swaziland and adjacent areas, and the Ndebele people of the Northern Province and Mpumalanga.
Banned PAC leader Sobukwe is admitted as attorney | South African History Online
Robert Sobukwe, former leader of the banned Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC), although still under a banning order, was admitted to practice as an attorney in Kimberley.
Jean Sinclair | South African History Online
Jean Sinclair was born in 1908 and became involved in politics after the Springbok Legion protested against the National Party’s segregationist bills. She was opposed to all forms of injustice, especially the Group Areas Act (1950) which enabled the apartheid government to enforce racial segregation in demarcated areas, and the Senate Bill in 1955 which led to the government being able to remove coloured people from the common voters’ roll.p;
Carel Boshoff: ‘Ons skep ons eie toekoms’
Beste Pieter, Met die etiket van redakteurs se ope briewe aan hul lesers en wie daarop behoort te antwoord, is ek nog onbekend. In jou ope brief aan Cornelius van Rensburg oor verlede naweek se AfriForum-kongres en die dokumentêre rolprent ‘Tainted Heroes’ maan jy hom om nie van mense se vrese misbruik te maak nie, waarop hy antwoord deur dié vrese en AfriForum se hantering daarvan in perspektief te stel.