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  • Can link South Africa: ...implemented and enforced by "White" minority governments in South Africa from [[1948]] till [[1990]]. To some the term has come to ...
  • Can link election of 1948: ...d as much as possible. The National Party won the national election of 1948, narrowly defeating Smuts' United Party (though losing the ...
  • Can link national government: ...ere strictly enforced by law. Non-whites were excluded from national government and were unable to vote except in elections for segregated ... (link to section)
  • Can link business district: ... significant metropolis, and practically every shopping and business district was in a white area. Blacks (except for a few who had "Sect... (link to section)
  • Can link western world: ...gregated, the white hospitals being the match of any in the western world, the black ones being comparatively seriously understaffed ... (link to section)
  • Can link medical equipment: ...hospital. Black ambulances typically contained little or no medical equipment. ... (link to section)
  • Can link Higher education: ...ducation cost the state only a tenth of each white child's. Higher education was practically impossible for most blacks: South Africa's ... (link to section)
  • Can link swimming pools: ...including all of the best ones) reserved for whites. Public swimming pools and libraries were racially segregated but there were pract... (link to section)
  • Can link alcoholic beverages: ...lowed to arrest whites. Blacks were not allowed to buy most alcoholic beverages. A black could be subject to the death penalty for raping a... (link to section)
  • Can link death penalty: ...y most alcoholic beverages. A black could be subject to the death penalty for raping a white, but a white raping a black was faced on... (link to section)
  • Can link trade unions: ...t allowed to admit blacks, except as staff. Membership in trade unions was not allowed for blacks until the 1980s, and any "politi... (link to section)
  • Can link black man: ...tle boss) perhaps through gritted teeth by a black; a grown black man would be referred to as "boy", to his face, by whites.... (link to section)
  • Can link rank and file: ... basis. One explanation used by apologists to excuse the rank and file white South Africans is that once apartheid had been implem... (link to section)
  • Can link eighty-seven: ...sed state of South Africa into a number of statelets. Some eighty-seven percent of the land was reserved for whites, [[Coloured|col... (link to section)
  • Can link South African army: ...e," although autonomy was more theoretical than actual: the South African army would intervene to remove "homeland" governments that imple... (link to section)
  • Can link illegal immigrants: ...nd the [[European Union]] and the [[United States]] view of illegal immigrants from Eastern Europe and Latin America, respectively.... (link to section)
  • Can link Eastern Europe: ...] and the [[United States]] view of illegal immigrants from Eastern Europe and Latin America, respectively.... (link to section)
  • Can link Latin America: ...States]] view of illegal immigrants from Eastern Europe and Latin America, respectively.... (link to section)
  • Can link white people: ... of laws were enacted, further instituting the dominance of white people over other races. The [[1948]] election was won despite th... (link to section)
  • Can link criminal offence: ...''The [[Immorality Act]]'' ([[1950]]) **This law made it a criminal offence for a white person to have any [[human sexual behavior|sexu... (link to section)
  • Can link modern weapons: ... and PAC were no threat to the state, who had a monopoly of modern weapons.... (link to section)
  • Can link UN member states: ...South Africa's racist apartheid policies and called for all UN member states to cease [[military]] and [[economics|economic]] relations ... (link to section)
  • Can link Deputy Minister: ...ry education|secondary school]] level. [[Punt Janson]], the Deputy Minister of [[Bantu]] Education was quoted as saying: ''"I have not ... (link to section)
  • Can link hard-line: ...l troubles, persuaded the South African government that its hard-line policies were untenable, and in [[1984]] some reforms were ... (link to section)
  • Can link president of South Africa: ...ws. On [[March 10]], [[1994]], Nelson Mandela was sworn as president of South Africa before a euphoric crowd. Among his first actions were rewr... (link to section)
  • Can link landslide victory: ...lections, Mandela's [[African National Congress|ANC]] won a landslide victory, effectively terminating the apartheid era.... (link to section)
  • Can link US dollars: ...h African government would pay 660 million rand (85 million US dollars) to about 22,000 people who were tortured, detained, or los... (link to section)
  • Can link member states: ...ention was to provide a formal legal framework within which member states could apply sanctions to press the South African government... (link to section)
  • Can link international law: ...ca, or constitute apartheid under the definition adopted in international law. For example, [[Palestinian]]s and their supporters argue t... (link to section)