What does post apartheid mean?


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2011-12-09 20:47:16
2011-12-09 20:47:16

It means after the apartheid era.

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Post apartheid refers to the time after the National Party gave up power in 1990 when then President F. W. de Klerk ceded power to the African National Congress and Nelson Mandela became the President of South Africa

The new post-apartheid anthem is Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika.

It means 'to keep separate'.

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1.Apartheid is a strict system of racial segregation and discrimination in South Africa against black South Africans.

"Apartheid" in Afrikaans is a loose tranlation of 'to keep apart'.

The first post-Apartheid black South African president was Nelson Mandela.

To keep apart or to separate sort of like apartheid and segregation

Archbishop Desmond Tutu ended the apartheid because it was wrong, injustified and mean in his opinion to section black people from white people.

America never had apartheid. Apartheid occurred in south africa.

Desmond Tutu won a peace prize for his advocating nonviolence against the policy of apartheid. His fearless. no-nonsence observations on life and politics, and for his masterly conduct of the post-apartheid "truth and reconciliation" hearings in South Africa.

No, apartheid did not mean equal treatment. It was used as a way to avoid equal treatment. Keeping one group of people in inferior schools and in inferior housing, gave an advantage to another group of people.

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I expect you mean that 'post' translates as 'behind, after, later, subsequent to'. So as an example, post 2000, would mean after the year 2000.

apartheid was mainly started for the africans

The apartheid the whole thing until it in 1982.

the prefix post means after

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