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ISBN:0869800310
Author: Edgar H. Brookes
ISBN13: 978-0869800317
Title: White Rule in South Africa 1830-1910: Varieties in Governmental Policies Affecting Africans
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Language: English
Category: Politics and Government
Publisher: University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press; First Edition edition (June 1, 1974)
Pages: 223

White Rule in South Africa 1830-1910: Varieties in Governmental Policies Affecting Africans by Edgar H. Brookes



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White Rule in South Africa 1830-1910: Varieties in Governmental Policies Affecting Africans. ISBN 13: 9780869800317. Publication Date: 6/1/1974.

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The life of the Black South Africans was miserable under the White rule. The history of Black South Africans is replete with a long tale of poverty, violence, usurping of the rights of the Blacks who were in majority but seldom enjoyed equal rights with that of the Whites who have become their masters as a result of Colonialism. The Whites expanded their rule in every sphere of society in South Africa and perpetuated the servitude of the Black South Africans through multifarious policies which they implemented in the colonized land

White South Africans are South Africans descended from any of the white racial or ethnic groups of Europe. In linguistic, cultural and historical terms, they are generally divided into the Afrikaans-speaking descendants of the Dutch East India Company's original settlers, known as Afrikaners, and the Anglophone descendants of predominantly British colonists.

The draft South Africa Act was endorsed by the four colonial Parliaments and referred back to the National Convention at the beginning of May that year. The new dispensation was seminal in the development of South Africa's constitutional history. This was the seed for the concept of majority rule in South Africa, and it provided a basis for the theoretical development of the African nationalism that would develop in the following years. It was based on the following argument: The overwhelming majority of the population is made up of Negroes and coloured people (about 5 500 000 Negroes and coloured people and about 1 500 000 white people according to the 1921 census).

Home Browse Books Book details, Civil Liberty in South Africa. Civil Liberty in South Africa. By Edgar H. Brookes, J. B. Macaulay. We do not claim that this is an exhaustive study. There are discriminatory or restrictive statutes and regulations that are not discussed in this book. The main lines that legislation has followed are, however, enumerated. Laws are constantly being amended and new regulations issued.

Physical description; 223p ; 26cm. Subjects; Indigenous people - South Africa. South Africa - Politics and government - 1836-1909. South Africa - Race relations.