Apartheid in South Africa was caused by the National Party, an all-white government that enforced a strong policy of racial segregation through legislation. This legislation was known as apartheid, and had roots in the 1... More »

Apartheid is a former social system in South Africa in which black people did not have the same rights as people of other races and were segregated from the rest of the population. An apartheid state is an area where sim... More »

Apartheid began in 1948 when the National Party in South Africa began enacting a series of laws that systematically separated the races. A steady stream of apartheid regulations were passed through 1970. Apartheid ended ... More »

The all-white National Party started apartheid in South Africa. The party seized power in 1948 and proceeded to enforce previously existing segregation policies. More »

Apartheid began in 1948 when the National Party in South Africa began enacting a series of laws that systematically separated the races. A steady stream of apartheid regulations were passed through 1970. Apartheid ended ... More »

The anti-apartheid movement was an international response to the formalized discrimination policies of the National Party in South Africa, known as apartheid. The movement grew out of the boycott of South African goods t... More »

Apartheid was instituted as a widespread systematic effort to concretize racial segregation and white supremacy in South Africa during the 20th century. It was meant to ensure white control over both the economy as well ... More »