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    • South Africa:The History and People Created by Mr. Raponi
    • About ___________Population million people live in South Africa. African ethnic groups make up ________ of South Africa’s population. The other 26% consist of people from many different descents such as European, Asian, and African.
    • Most Africans in SouthAfricans Africa trace their ancestry to the _________________, who were people that settled throughout Africa between the years 100 and 1000 and who had a spoken language. The largest ethnic groups in South Africa today are the ________________ and the _______________.
    • In the 1600s, theEuropeans ______________ became the first Europeans to settle in South Africa. Over time, German and French settlers joined them. Together, these groups came to speak their own language, ________________
    • The British settled in South Africa in the earlyEuropeans II _______. By the end of the century, diamonds and gold drew many British to South Africa. War broke out between the British and the Afrikaners in _____________ and after three years, the British won.
    • In 1910, Afrikaner andNew Nations British territories united into one country. In ___________, the United Kingdom granted South Africa full independence. However, there was extreme _________________ issues in the country. People of Non-European backgrounds had no rights at all.
    • Do these signs lookfamiliar?They should, they are exactly like the ones found inthe United States before the Civil Rights Movement.
    • For more than 40 years, people protested theSegregation ________________, which is the Afrikaans word for “Apartness” In 1991, the South African government finally ended the segregation. In 1994, South Africa had its first free election in which all ethnic groups could vote. ____________________ was elected president of the new, equal South African Nation
    • The Separateness Explained Apartheid
    • A Speech Given to the U.S. Congress By Nelson Mandela After His Release From Prison in 1990
    • Robben Island: Mandela’s Prison is Here
    • This is Nelson Mandela in 2007 He is now 95 Years Old
    • ______ of South Africans live in urbanThe People areas. South Africa has five large cities with more than 500,000 people  Johannesburg  ________________  Durban  Soweto  _________________
    • The Flag of South Africa
    • Most European South Living Africans live in modern homes or apartments.Arrangements All other ethnic groups have much harder lives. Many live in crowded _______________ which are small neighboring outside cities, that are usually not in very good shape.
    • More About Apartheid
    • Oompa Loompa Oompa de doSome of you children belong in a zoo Oompa Loompa Oompa do deIf you want to pass, you’ll listen to me
    • Ticket To LeaveAn Exit Paper--List three things that you havelearned,-And write at least one questionthat you have about the topic