Apartheid: The Story of South Africa

The word ‘apartheid’ is derived from the traditional Afrikaans language of South Africa—the word means ‘apartness’. NAYANTARA CHANDRASEKHAR tells you more.

Apartheid was a period in South African history during which official laws separated white people from coloured people in the country. These laws included having separate living spaces for coloured people, separate schools, separate public facilities and reduced contact between people of different r
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