South Africa Revolution

South Africa Revolution
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  • South Africa Revolution By: Emmett McKerr
  • Stage 0: Acceptance
  • Hi we are Boars also known as the Dutch and we have came to take your land.
  • We are the Zulu and we have to much here for you to take so if you want a fight we will give one to you.
  • Stage 1: Complaining
  • Why do all the whites get all these privileges and we don't.
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  • Stage 2: Protest
  • We need more rights! We need more rights!
  • The Boers and the Zulu came into war in the year 1879 and the Boers won and made their own government. After this the British and the Boers were fighting for the diamond mines in 1899 they fought for 3 years straight and the Brits came out on top. 
  • Stage 3: Revolution
  • We need more equality! We need more equality!
  • We the government of South Africa did not violate any human rights that you are accusing us of.
  • There where many restrictions for non-whites like it was illegal for non-whites to live or to even work in some places,  They only had the best land for whites even though the non-whites made up 75% of the population.
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • In the 1980's the protest were still going on so the government needed to be less strict with their policies. They also planned to do marches and strikes against Apartheid. Also in 1976 the black school children of Soweto were protesting for Nelson Mendela and the police started to shoot them.
  • On June 16, 1976 many school children were protesting and police opened fired and killed 2 children and wounding many other kids when this happened several clashes erupted between the Black Africans and the Police many people died about 575 people but mostly Black Africans died.
  • IN 1995 after the revolution the government was accused of human rights violations. They were also appointed for murder and kidnapping. They also criticized them for blaming the ANC for the killings and torture.  After that happened in 1996 South Africa adopted a new constitution for a very wide range of the bill of rights. The new president was elected in 1994 was Nelson Mendela.
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