South Africa's Long Walk to Freedom

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Emily Hobhouse, an English activist, spent six months in South Africa from January to June 1901 visiting Bloemfontein and six other camps during the Anglo Boer War Mary Shelley, African History, Women In History, History Online, British Government, Great Women, Interesting History, Famous Women, Held
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Biography of Emily Hobhouse

A biography of Emily Hobhouse with pictures.

Anglo-Boer War's British Concentration Camps for Boer women & children. Colonial, Military History, Military Gear, Military Diet, Military Police, Army, My Heritage, African History, British History
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Memoir of Hester Johanna Maria Uys, a child interned in Boer War concentrations camps in South Afirca

Several factors seemed to pave the way to apartheid, among them ─ colonial conquest, land dispossession, economic impoverishment, and exclusion from citizenship of Africans. History Online, World History, Armed Conflict, British Colonial, Zulu, African History, Camps, South Africa, Steampunk

Colonial conquest and resistance, Pre 1900 | South African History Online

Several factors seemed to pave the way to apartheid, among them ─ colonial conquest, land dispossession, economic impoverishment, and exclusion from citizenship of Africans.

Student uprising at the then University of Durban Westville, 16 June 1976 News South Africa, West Africa, History Online, Apartheid, Victoria Falls, St Helena, Struggle Is Real, African History, Black And White Pictures

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The Youth Struggle - June 16 1976 Soweto Riots

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

Steve Biko - Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika - Skibbereen Eagle

Sign from Apartheid days.

Apartheid loses to a big international disinvestment campaign. Learn the history of February 1985 here! See the huge role NYC played in this fight to stop Apartheid. Nelson Mandela, Apartheid Museum, France Culture, Jim Crow, African American History, South Africa, The Unit, Words, Black History

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Sign from the Apartheid days.

Jacob Zuma sings "Kill the Boer" at ANC Centenery Celebrations in Bloemfontein, South Africa in January 2012 - this is a call for genocide of white South Africans!

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South Africa Youth Day – The Soweto Uprising Remembered

On June 15th we received the long awaited Saville Report into the atrocities of Bloody Sunday, 38 years ago in Northern Ireland. Yesterday, June 16th, was South Africa Youth Day, a national holid…

Soweto Youth Riots, 16 June 1976. Guy Debord, History Online, Those Were The Days, Black African American, African American History, Animal Rights, Street View, Timeline, Image

Township Uprising, 1984-1985 | South African History Online

On 3 September the Tricameral Parliament opened in Cape Town while protest demonstrations began in the Transvaal, marking the start of the longest and most widespread period of black resistance to while rule. The Lekoa and Evaton Town Councils? idea to raise tariffs for municipal services caused the demonstrations and stayaways in the Vaal Triangle. The Vaal Civic Association organised the stayaway, school boycott and march for 3 September 1984, which led to clashes with both police and…

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Stephen Bantu Biko was an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa in the and A student leader, he later founded the Black Consciousness Movement which would empower and mobilize much of the urban black population. He was assassinated September

Stephen Bantu Biko

Stephen (Steve) Bantu Biko was a popular voice of Black liberation in South Africa between the mid 1960s and his death in police detention in 1977

Sharpeville shortly after the shootings © Museum Africa. History Online, World History, Those Were The Days, African History, African Beauty, South Africa, Military, Afrikaans, Journalism
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The genesis of the armed struggle, 1960-1966

The 1960s marked an important watershed in South Africa's struggle against apartheid. The aftermath of the Sharpeville Massacre, in 1960, signalled the beginning of a far more brutal and intensive phase of state repression that would crush internal resistance in the space of a few years.

Apartheid South Africa 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… Apartheid, Different Races, Jim Crow, African History, History Facts, Black History, South Africa, Old Things, Photoshop
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Police checking pass books.

The Biapotong Massacre, 17 June 1992 - approximately 300 armed residents of the Inkatha-aligned Kwamadala hostel shot and hacked their way through the Black township of Boipatong (Johannesburg), leaving forty-six people dead and scores injured, including women and children.