by Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund
Washington, DC, United States
Contents: Apartheid Laws and Institutions Sill in Effect • 1. Land Acts of 1913 and 1936 • 2, Group Areas Act of 1950 and Black (Urban Areas) Consolidation Act of 1945 • 3. Population Registration Act of 1950 • Security • 1. State of Emergency • 2. Internal Security Act • Constitutional Arrangements • Separate Institutions • Mandela’s Stated Position on Basic Issues • African National Congress (ANC) Preconditions for Negotiations • What De Klerk Has Not Done • Conditions for Modifying or Suspending Sanctions Under U.S. 1986 Anti-Apartheid Act • The Fact Sheet discusses Nelson Mandela, F.W. de Klerk, white domination, the Nationalist Party (National Party), 'homelands' (Bantustans), the tricameral parliament, ethnic categories, health, education, a common nonracial voters roll in a unitary state, bans, restricted organization, political prisoners, political trials, the pillars of apartheid, South African troops, Black townships, good-faith negotiations, police violence. Security legislation, impoverished rural areas, whites, repressive legislation, majority rule, executions, and the Back majority.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the Africa Policy Information Center).
Collection: Kathleen M. Devine papers