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As the managing director of the South African subsidiary of said, We are entirely dependent on the U.S.

The growing legacy of bitterness as changes are made in South Africa.

Highlights of a 'Blue Peter' summer expedition to South Africa.

Local products accounted for less than 5% of South African computer equipment sales in 1988.
On , , President announced that the South African government will pay 660 million rand (85 million US dollars) to about 22,000 people who were tortured, detained, or lost family members under apartheid rule.

The South African police made active use of the population registry.

South Africans speak about the roots of apartheid and experiencing its daily reality.
As it is with any movement, resistance to apartheid covered many years and appeared in many forms. Some were peaceful protests, while other situations were violent. By 1952, the ANC organized a protest with the South Indian National Congress to burn their ‘passbooks’. By 1955 groups were gathering to try to bring about equality and they were met with police and government officials that arrested them and they were charged with high treason.

 

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Special programme on the assassination of the prime minister of South Africa.
The movement was joined by artists, musicians, politicians, humanitarians and groups from every country. By 1985 both the United States and the United Kingdom imposed ‘economic sanctions’ against South Africa, which reduced the amount of trade that they could receive from both countries.

Reform in South Africa is criticised for not bringing an end to apartheid.
Article II of the Convention defines apartheid as follows:For the purpose of the present Convention, the term "the crime of apartheid", which shall include similar policies and practices of racial segregation and discrimination as practised in southern Africa, shall apply to the following inhuman acts committed for the purpose of establishing and maintaining domination by one racial group of persons over any other racial group of persons and systematically oppressing them:


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The immediate intention of the Convention was to provide a formal legal framework within which member states could apply sanctions to press the South African government to change its policies.

The Apartheid Era - Brief History of South Africa

Computer equipment was also used in the Department of the Prime Minister, the South African Reserve Bank, South Africa's electrical utility, and the Treasury Department.

Understanding South Africa's Apartheid Era.

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One South African described the population register at work as,

Computers flashing out reference numbers, photocopies relayed by telephone, perhaps even instant transmission of fingerprints-all to keep track of members of the population.