The South African Revolution

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  • The South African Revolution
  • Stage 0: Acceptance
  • Stage 1: Complaining
  • By: Sasha Kruger
  • Stage 2: Protest
  • In the 1800's the British settled in cape colony where the Dutch ad settled first. Soon the discovery of diamonds lead to the British moving away from the coast. A British business man named Cecil Rhodes led the diamond production in South Africa.
  • Stage 3: Revolution
  • In South Africa there was a social segragation called "Apartheid". THE non-whites couldn't have as much education or wealth as the whites.  They also couldn't marry the other races and resturants were segragated.
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • The South African Constitution NO APARTHEID
  • Soon all races had beagn protesting to get apartheid repealled. Tey protested by doing marches and strikes. A group called the African National Congress (ANC) were one of many groups who helped fight apartheid. 
  • STOP APARTHEID
  • During a peaceful demeonstation in Sharpeville police shot more than 60 people and wounded 180. After that leaders thought they would have to get violent. Soon a leader named Nlson Mandela was arrested for treason.
  • F.W. de Klerk ordered for Nelson Mandela to be released from prison. De Klerk repealed apartheid and South Africa had their first all race election. THey elected Nelson Mandela as their president and he was the first black president in South Africa.
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