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South Africa Quiz

for quiz on the South Africa video in Mr. Wong's class

Nelson Mandela Imprisoned for lief in 1963 for treason. Released after 27 years.
political sanctions used by the UN to pressure South Africa into ending apartheid.
Afrikaaners one of the main groups in South Africa
Steven Biko leader of the Black Consciousness Movement that worked to organize minority groups in their fight against whites in South Africa.
poor housing plaugued the Soweto area of South Africa
British one of the three main groups in South Africa
Blacks one of the three main groups in South Africa
unemployment plagued the Soweto are of South Africa
Soweto June 16, 1976 -- riots broke out in this area in protest to having to learn Africaaners
apartheid a system of segregation set up in 1948 in South Africa
2/2/1990 the day de Klerk (presdient of South Africa) announced the failure of aparthied and released Nelson Mandela
Union of South Africa this country was formed when the British left present day South Africa in 1910
economic sanctions used by the United Nations
5/9/1994 Nelson Mandela won the election in South Africa and became the first black president of that country
Created by: hahurwitz