South African Revolution

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  • South African Revolution
  • Acceptance (Stage 0)
  • Complaining (Stage 1)
  • Hey! your not supposed to be here, Go back.
  • Ugh! fine.
  • U.S. and U.K.
  • By: Colin Naff
  • Protest (Stage 2)
  • South Africa
  • The British government and the Boers (Dutch settlers) took over and many people fled to the north and the east.
  • Revolution (Stage 3)
  • The Apartheid laws really restricted non-whites on where they could work, live ,and travel.  The non-whites had to carry I.D. papers incase they got checked by security somewhere in South Africa.
  • Recovery (Stage 4)
  • Thank you so much F.W. for getting me out of prison
  • In South Africa around the 1980's the U.S. and the United kingdom wanted Nelson Mandela freed.  South Africa wouldn't free him so they threatened them by not buying their goods.
  • Were not buying anything from u unless you free Mandela
  • NO!
  • The South African government didn't like the rallies and protests that were occurring so, they acted with violence and at a peaceful protest in Sharpeville 1960 and the police killed 69 people and wounded many others.
  • F.W. de Klerk was elected president of South Africa in 1989, he got rid of the bans on aparthied rallies, ANC and a couple other organizations like the ANC. De Klerk released Nelson Mandela to help him Make the society better for everyone.
  • Yeah no problem.
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