The Reservation of Separate Amenities Act

The Reservation of Separate Amenities Act
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  • Were there any places in S.A. where whites and non whites mixed?
  • In the workplace, there was skilled whites and non skilled black  labourers.
  • What were things like in S.A. before the Reservation of Separate Amenities act was passed in 1953?
  • What kind of public amenities were separate for the different races?
  • Public toilets, public swimming pools, public transport like trains and buses, and civil services.
  • What were things like in S.A. before the Reservation of Separate Amenities act was passed in 1953? What were things like in S.A. before the Reservation of Separate Amenities act was passed in 1953?
  • Did they have seperate amenities for coloured people, black people or Asians, or just white/non white?
  • White / Non white signs were displayed.
  • How did the whites only and non whites housing facilities differ?
  • The best facilities were reserved for whites and non whites were allocated poor housing facilities. 
  • What happened to the land that was taken from the black people in S.A?
  • The land was sold to white farmers at low prices causing poverty among the black people.
  • What was education like among the two different classes?
  • Non blacks had a very inferior level of education, white education was free and of very high standards.
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