Archive for: October 2016

After Apartheid

Four colored people, who work or vol District 6 talk about the things that changed for them once apartheid ended in 1994. District 6 is a neighborhood in Cape Town, which was very diverse. In 1966, the Apartheid government declared the area to be a white-only area. Over the next...

The Book They Couldn’t Pass Without

Pass Laws came in effect soon after the exit of British control of South Africa and the succession of the country’s authority by the Afrikaans government. Afrikaans refers to the white Dutch settlers. The law came into effect in several stages and made it mandatory for all Black Africans...

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