Revolutionary Process

September 1, 2017 | Uncategorized

This article intends to make one brief analysis of the occurred revolutionary process in the South Africa, in what it refers to, the period of the Apartheid. For this we have as objective problematizar the conjunctures since period, that is, we look for with understanding the occurred process of segregation. The South Africa, situated in the route commercial for India and inhabited by diverse black groups, the region was colonized from century XVI mainly for dutch immigrants, who had developed a proper language the Africner. During century XIX, a series of conflicts between the English, the blacks and the dutches occurred. With the shock, the dutches had emigrated to the northeast (1836), establishing two republics independent, the Transvaal and Free Estado of Orange. The entrance of the English in the Transvaal resulted in the War of the Beres, that culminated with the victory. From the decade of 1910 the white minorities composed of africnderes and descendants of British, they had promulgated a series of laws that consolidated its power on the black population. The politics of racial segregation of the Apartheid (separation in africnder) was officialized in 1948 with the arrival of Partido Nacional (PN).

The Apartheid hindered the access black them to the property of the land and to the participation politics it compelled and them to live in segregated residential zones, forbidding itself also, marriages and rosters of ‘ ‘ raa’ ‘ different. Contextualizando the conjuncture, in 1912 was established African National Congress (ANC). First organization politics of the South African blacks. In the decade of 1950 the opposition to the Apartheid gained forces, when the African national congress (CNA), deflagrou a campaign of Civil disobedience. The slaughter of Sharpeville, occurrence in 1960, black polices where it killed 67 that had participated of a manifestation provoked protests in the Country and the exterior.


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