Separate development - an Afrikaans word to describe tribal and racial segregation.
a policy of racial segregation practiced in South Africa; South, Tribes
a political system in which people of different races are kept apart by Law
literallly, "apartness." The Afrikaans term given to South Africa's policies of racial separation, and the highly segregated socio-geographical patterns they have produced.
Former South African legal system of racial discrimination-- separate political, economic, and social life for blacks and whites-- designed to perpetuate white supremacy.
System of racial separation in South Africa. Akin to system of American pioneers in dealing with Indians. Pro-civilization, but too foreign sounding.
the policy of the Republic of South Africa that segregated the population according to race
(uh-PAHR-teyet, uh-PAHR-tayt) The body spirit split in Roman Catholicism, especially used by fundamentalist Protestants to continue brutal shapes of slavery (South Africa and USA)
a social policy or racial segregation involving political and economic and legal discrimination against non-whites; the former official policy in South Africa
The policy of the separation of people according to race. Apartheid was created in South Africa (post-WWII) and continued there until the 1990's
the official policy of racial discrimination that exists in South Africa
The policy of the South African government that required the separation of the races.
"Separateness", the policy of the National Party Government in South Africa from 1948 to 1994. The government tried to keep race groups separate by forcing them to live in different areas, go to different schools etc. White people were regarded as the superior race.
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a policy of racial segregation, exploitation and oppression developed by white minority South African governments
discrimination based on race and the colour of skin. Until 1991 the White government of South Africa ran a system of apartheid whereby Black people were given less access to employment, health and education and were kept separate from the White population
an Afrikaans word which essentially means segregation. The long-term foundation of South African race relations until the 1990s. Whites and non-whites (eg. Africans, Indians, coloureds) were kept separate long before the National Party legislated very specific regulations at the middle of the 20th century defining a de jure version of apartheid. Among other rules, Africans were prohibited from most land ownership and from operating commercial enterprises—also from freedom of speech and organization. Apartheid was the foremost basis for the cultural and economic boycotts that many countries took up against South Africa starting in the early '60s and accelerating rapidly in the '80s.
Describes the policy of so-called "separate development" which the South African government used to support white minority rule. Aspects of this policy were evident for several hundred years, but it was only formally adopted as government policy in the mid-twentieth century. The government of South Africa officially discarded apartheid as official policy in the early 1990s when the country became a multi-racial and multi-party democracy.
"Separateness," (Afrikaans, Dutch); policy implemented by National Party government (1948-94) to maintain separate development of government-demarcated racial groups; also referred to as "separate development," and later "multinational development"; abolished by Constitution of the Republic of South Africa of 1993.
Policy of strict racial segregation imposed in South Africa to permit the continued dominance of whites politically and economically. (p. 1015)
segregation by race; -- a term used in South Africa.
the official policy of strict segregation by race practised by the government of the Union of South Africa up to 1993.