Afrikaners lived in wealth and had the best opportunities, while Africans lived in poverty.
By Lanae Frederick
Stage 2: Protest
African kids quietly protesting over Apartheid in school.
European settlers in South Africa in 1652, along with Dutch settlers. The British also took over who are known as the Boer. A specific Afrikaner, Rhodes, took South African diamond industry.
Stage 3: Revolution
Two African kids killed by Afrikaners
A new law came into place called the Apartheid, which racially segerated whites form blacks. This angered the Africans because it gave them less oppturnties to succeed. Africans
Stage 4: Recovery
The ANC was set up to fight against Afrikaners. Africans also organized strikes and marches against Apartheid. African students even quietly marched in schools to change the Apartheid laws.
The killing of 69 Africans was the start to the revolution. Their was also a killing of 2 African children, in a school, who were quietly marching against the Apartheid. Along with the killings of innocent children, F.W. deKlurk became president and started changing laws on the Apartheid.
In 1944, they had their first all-race election, Nelson Mandela was released from prision by deKlurk. Later Mandella became president and was repealing more laws on the Apartheid.