Africa History DLT Apartheid
What does the term apartheid mean?
Why was apartheid undemocratic?
It involved a majority using its power to reject the ideas of minority groups.
It was imposed on the South African population by a European government.
There were no elections in South Africa.
A small minority of the South African population controlled all political power.
The political party that introduced Apartheid was:
Dutch Nationalism Party
National Independence Party
What did F.W. de Klerk do for South Africa?
He started apartheid.
He put Nelson Mandella in jail.
He fought for South Africa's independence.
He helped to end apartheid.
Who was the first black president of South Africa?
F.W. de Klerk
In what year was apartheid formally abolished?
Even though apartheid has ended many problems remain. Which of these is one of those problems?
blacks cannot run for government office
only Indians and coloureds can go to college
Which of these would be a benefit of being a white South African during apartheid?
being able to vote
carrying a passbook
living in a homeland
Even with the end of apartheid, what was a major problem that remained?
laws that treated whites better than blacks
income inequality between blacks and whites
an unfair tax system
blacks being forced to live in homelands
Which was not a racial division during apartheid?
There are 10 questions to complete.