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South Africa and Apartheid

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This is a presentation to provide background for a day of learning about South Africa at TLC Middle School

This is a presentation to provide background for a day of learning about South Africa at TLC Middle School

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  • Green lines are Khoikhoi – some of the early settlers. Other early settlers are the San people. The merger between Khoikhoi and San was known as the Khoisan people. The orange lines are the Bantu-speaking people, who came in later. Other groups include Zulu (in purple), BaSotho (in yellow), and Swazi (in dark green just north of the Zulu, in purple). The blue lines in the south show the Dutch (and French and German) Trekboers fleeing the British, who had more men and weapons.
  • Green lines are Khoikhoi – some of the early settlers. Other early settlers are the San people. The merger between Khoikhoi and San was known as the Khoisan people. The orange lines are the Bantu-speaking people, who came in later. Other groups include Zulu (in purple), BaSotho (in yellow), and Swazi (in dark green just north of the Zulu, in purple). The blue lines in the south show the Dutch (and French and German) Trekboers fleeing the British, who had more men and weapons.
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    • 1. Overview of South Africa To allow us to better empathize with conditions in Ocean View
    • 2. South Africa’s economy is the largest and most developed in Africa (28th-largest in the world) People are well off in many parts of South Africa, although poverty and inequality remain widespread. About a quarter of the population is unemployed and lives on less than $1.25 a day
    • 3. Early history of South Africa
    • 4. South Africa today has 11 official languages. The three most spoken languages at home are Zulu (22.7%), Xhosa (16.0%), and Afrikaans (13.5%). English is the language of commerce & science, but was spoken by only 9.6% of South Africans at home in
    • 5. How did this mix come about?
    • 6. Let’s zoom out to get some context about the entire continent of Africa
    • 7. Berlin Conference of 1885
    • 8. How did this mix come about?
    • 9. Indigenous African groups Zulu Xhosa Khoikhoi San Plus: Dutch (Boers) British Empire And… slaves from Madagascar Malaysia (Muslim) India Sri Lanka Other parts of Africa Angola and Guinea
    • 10. Apartheid (separateness) 1948-1994
    • 11. See this presentation for some background on Apartheid http://www.slideshare.net/urse1515/apartheid-7910528