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South Africa's Diverse Peoples

A Reference Sourcebook · Ethnic Diversity Within Nations

by Sally Frankental Author · Owen Sichone Author

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Nelson Mandelaís release from prison in February 1990 was the defining moment in South Africaís transition from apartheid to democracy. But as this fascinating study shows, the racial history of South Africa is much more complex than a simple struggle between black and white.

How did South Africa become a crossroads for peoples as diverse as the Zulu, the Xhosa, the Dutch, and the Chinese? Did the end of apartheid really herald a new dawn in race relations, or have the scars of those years yet to truly heal? To answer these questions, this timely volume examines South Africaís ethnic history over 500 years. From the earliest contacts between Europeans and Africans to the countryís changing role in the post-apartheid era, this reference work traces the fascinating racial history of South Africa before, during, and after the apartheid years.

Publication Details

Publisher:
ABC-CLIO
Edition:
1
Publication Date:
2005
Series:
Ethnic Diversity Within Nations

Format

  • Adobe PDF eBook 2.3 MB
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