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and after. Following independence from England, an uneasy power-sharing between the two groups held sway until the 1940's, when the Afrikaner National Party was able to gain a strong majority. 122 Trade with Western countries grew, and investment from the United States, France and Britain poured. The first people of the Cape: a look at their history and the impact of colonialism on the Cape's indigenous people. South Africa was colonized by the English and Dutch in the seventeenth century. The government could implement curfews controlling the movement of people.
Injustice, violence and peace: the case of South Africa. It was later proven that the government manipulated the situation by supporting one side or the other when it suited.
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Blacks were not allowed to run businesses or professional practices in those areas designated as "white South Africa" without a permit. Apartheid, (Afrikaans: religios Radicalism apartness) policy that governed relations between. Resistance before 1960, resistance to apartheid came from all circles, and not only, as is often presumed, from those who suffered the negative effects of discrimination. The main reasons lie in ideas of racial superiority and fear. Economic isolation, due to sanctions South Africa was isolated economically. Instead, the South African government then began further suppression, banning the ANC and PAC. South African State Department of Information. Making race: the politics and economics of coloured identity in South Africa. Oppression and Resistance: The Struggle of Women in Southern Africa.