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APARTHEID SYSTEM    “ separateness”
Apartheid Laws
Apartheid Laws       • Black people and         white people were not         allowed to mix in         public places     ...
Mandela´s earliest life            • Nelson Mandela in              1952 at the law office              he opened with his...
His earliest life• Mandela  in1958 during   his first  treason trial.
Mandela in prision
After his released         • South Africas           president FW de           Klerk poses with           Nelson Mandela i...
After his released         • Nelson Mandela and           his wife, walking after           his release from the          ...
After Apartheid        • Nowadays children          from different ethnias          are free to share          schools and...
In a speech      • Mandela makes a        speech in honor of        South Africas        inaugural Freedom        Day on A...
Mandela now      • Mandela with current        South African        President Jacob        Zuma
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  1. 1. APARTHEID SYSTEM “ separateness”
  2. 2. Apartheid Laws
  3. 3. Apartheid Laws • Black people and white people were not allowed to mix in public places ,transport ,and even in park benches
  4. 4. Mandela´s earliest life • Nelson Mandela in 1952 at the law office he opened with his colleague, Oliver Tambo. This was the first black legal practice in Johannesburg.
  5. 5. His earliest life• Mandela in1958 during his first treason trial.
  6. 6. Mandela in prision
  7. 7. After his released • South Africas president FW de Klerk poses with Nelson Mandela in Cape Towns government residence on 9 February ,1990, two days before Mandela’s release from jail.
  8. 8. After his released • Nelson Mandela and his wife, walking after his release from the Victor Verster prison on 11 February 1990.
  9. 9. After Apartheid • Nowadays children from different ethnias are free to share schools and universities
  10. 10. In a speech • Mandela makes a speech in honor of South Africas inaugural Freedom Day on April 27, 1995
  11. 11. Mandela now • Mandela with current South African President Jacob Zuma
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