LOGOCountry Analysis Mrudang Thakor
The Rainbow Nation-            South AfricaUnmatched EcosystemDistressing PovertyMost Beautiful Cities
Contents       1           History       2           Society       3         Languages       4         Education       5  ...
History of South Africa                      History   Pre European                 Post European        Era              ...
Pre European Era                   Bantu People                    Zulu &                    Xhosa                    Peop...
Post European Era                  Anglo-Boer War          Boers
Rise of Apartheid  White South Africans formed “Anti        British Policy” focused on               Independence.  Nativ...
Rise of TWO parties                     Parties     Afrikaner                 African National   National party           ...
African National Congress (ANC)        Banned in 1963 by NP for Anti Apartheid                     movements.    Nelson Ma...
Religions in SA      Religion              Adherents           %     Christianity           29,684,861         73.52    No...
Christianity Introduced by Dutch & British settlers Khoisan & Bantu People were converted  to Christianity. Islam       ...
Hinduism Introduced by laborers introduced from  Indian sub continent. Buddhism                        Introduced by Indi...
Ethnicity     Race        Male         Female    Total    African      79.6           79.4    79.5    Colored      8.8    ...
Education System                     SCHOOL   Academic Year          January to December   Primary School          Grade 1...
Literacy                             Age 15 and over should be able      Definition                                   to R...
Languages    Official Languages             Speakers (%)          IsiZulu                        23.8         IsiXhosa    ...
Flags1910-1912                            A British Red Ensign with the                            shield of the coat of a...
1928-1994                              Orange, white, and blue                             horizontal stripes, on the     ...
Colors Representation                Abundance                 of Gold,     Bravery &                Symbol of     Strengt...
National Anthem Adopted in 1994. The lyrics are written in the five most  widely spoken languages:  Xhosa, Zulu, Sesotho...
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History of South Africa

  1. 1. LOGOCountry Analysis Mrudang Thakor
  2. 2. The Rainbow Nation- South AfricaUnmatched EcosystemDistressing PovertyMost Beautiful Cities
  3. 3. Contents 1 History 2 Society 3 Languages 4 Education 5 Flags & National Anthem
  4. 4. History of South Africa History Pre European Post European Era Era • Khoisan People •Dutch •Bantu People Colonization •Zulu People •Cape frontier war •Xhosa People •Anglo-Boer war •Zulu power grows •Discovery of Gold •Apartheid Era
  5. 5. Pre European Era Bantu People Zulu & Xhosa People Khoisan People
  6. 6. Post European Era Anglo-Boer War Boers
  7. 7. Rise of Apartheid White South Africans formed “Anti British Policy” focused on Independence.  Native Location Act- 1879  South Africa Act- 1909 South Africa became independent Nation in 1910.  Natives Land Act-1913, restricted ownership of land by Blacks.
  8. 8. Rise of TWO parties Parties Afrikaner African National National party Congress(ANC) (NP) To protest the Consolidate the exclusion of ideology of BLACKS from Apartheid Power.
  9. 9. African National Congress (ANC) Banned in 1963 by NP for Anti Apartheid movements. Nelson Mandela and many leaders were sent for lifetime imprisonment. Anti Apartheid movement continued till 1986. In 1986 government allowed constitutional reforms to give equal rights to BLACKS. 1990, Nelson Mandela released after 27 years of imprisonment. 1994, First Democratic Elections, Mandela becomes president.
  10. 10. Religions in SA Religion Adherents % Christianity 29,684,861 73.52 Non Religious 3,262,428 8.08 Buddhism/Chinese 12113 0.03 Islam 985,460 1.45 Hinduism 504,707 1.25 African Traditional 6,056,487 15 Believers Judaism 68,640 0.17 Source: StatsSA 2011
  11. 11. Christianity Introduced by Dutch & British settlers Khoisan & Bantu People were converted to Christianity. Islam Introduced by “Cape Malay” slaves of Dutch settlers.
  12. 12. Hinduism Introduced by laborers introduced from Indian sub continent. Buddhism Introduced by Indian and Chinese immigrants.
  13. 13. Ethnicity Race Male Female Total African 79.6 79.4 79.5 Colored 8.8 8.9 8.9 Indian/Asian 2.4 2.5 2.5 White 9.2 9.3 9.2 Source: StatsSA 2011 All data in %
  14. 14. Education System SCHOOL Academic Year January to December Primary School Grade 1 to Grade 6 Secondary School Grade 7 to Grade 9 HIGHER EDUCATION Diploma 2 years Bachelors 3 to 6 years Masters 2 years
  15. 15. Literacy Age 15 and over should be able Definition to READ & WRITE Total Literacy Rate 86.4% Male 87% Female 85.7% Source: StatsSA 2011
  16. 16. Languages Official Languages Speakers (%) IsiZulu 23.8 IsiXhosa 17.6 Afrikaans 13.3 Sepedi 9.4 English 8.2 Setswana 8.2 Sesotho 7.9 Xitsonga 4.4 Others 7.2 Source: StatsSA 2011 Others include, Tsotsi-taal & Isicamtho
  17. 17. Flags1910-1912 A British Red Ensign with the shield of the coat of arms of the Union of South Africa. 1912-1928 A British Red Ensign with the shield of the coat of arms ofthe Union of South Africa on a white roundel.
  18. 18. 1928-1994 Orange, white, and blue horizontal stripes, on the white stripe, a union Flag (Left), the Orange Free State flag hanging vertically (Center) and the Flag of Transvaal (Left) 1994-Current Six Color flag. Adopted on 1994 genetal election
  19. 19. Colors Representation Abundance of Gold, Bravery & Symbol of Strength generosity. Honesty & Black People peace Love, Hope Vigilance, H & joy for the onesty & land Truth
  20. 20. National Anthem Adopted in 1994. The lyrics are written in the five most widely spoken languages: Xhosa, Zulu, Sesotho, Afrikaans, and English.
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