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Apartheid South Africa

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United Nations Photo

The segregated stands of a sports arena in Bloemfontein, South Africa, are a reflection of an entire nation divided by the issue of race.

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Apartheid South Africa

Apartheid South Africa (1948-1994) Please note this page is still under construction. “We speak out to put the world on guard against what is happening in South Africa. The brutal policy of a…

60 Nostalgic Photos of the Good Old Days Union Of South Africa, South African Flag, Cape Town South Africa, Zimbabwe History, Johannesburg City, All Nature, My Childhood Memories, African History, The Good Old Days

60 Nostalgic Photos of the Good Old Days

No ice cream truck here…the youngsters in this 1970s neighborhood got their frozen treats from a peddler pedaling a bicycle. The peddler’s cooler compartment kept the goodies frozen until the youngsters were ready to eat them.

Trilingual sign in English, Afrikaans, and Zulu in Apartheid era South Africa. South Africa States, South Africa Tours, Durban South Africa, South Afrika, Pretoria, Nelson Mandela, Zulu Language, End Of Apartheid, Apartheid In South Africa

Chapter 14: The Birth of Apartheid

The birth of ‘apartheid’ was the cause of the beginning of an era of waste in government circles as had never before occurred. Every government office had now to be altered so that there was an ent…

Wartime Cape Town, 1943. | by Etiennedup Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Desert Life, Cape Town South Africa, My Family History, African History, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Live

Wartime Cape Town, 1943.

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Kotze Street, Hillbrow, towards Ingrams Corner. African Life, African History, Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg City, Kruger National Park, New South, Historical Pictures, Old Pictures, Nostalgia

A Shoping Street in Johannesburg

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Within a few years, what at one time was a bare stretch of veldt has been converted into a smiling garden with shady lanes and beautiful flower beds, thus forming one of the most attractive pleasure resorts of Johannesburg. Urban Park, Johannesburg City, My Family History, Pretoria, Historical Pictures, African History, Old Pictures, Live

Jouberts Park, Johannesburg

Within a few years, what at one time was a bare stretch of veldt has been converted into a smiling garden with shady lanes and beautiful flower beds, thus forming one of the most attractive pleasure resorts of Johannesburg.

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Remembering District Six - 50 years later [pictures]

Today marks 50 years to the day that District Six was declared a "whites only" area. The barren land that now lies outside the city serves as a painful reminder of South Africa's brutal past while old photos give only a glimpse of what life was like in one of Cape Town's most famous neighbourhoods.