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Apartheid


Apartheid

South Africa's Past

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Apartheid


Apartheid

South Africa's Past

Racial segregation in South Africa began in colonial times under Dutch and British rule. However, apartheid as an official policy was introduced following the general election of 1948 in which The Nationalist Party came into power. New legislation classified inhabitants into four racial groups ("native", "white", "colored", and "Asian"), and residential areas were segregated, sometimes by means of forced removals. Non-white political representation was completely abolished in 1970, and starting in that year black people were deprived of their citizenship, legally becoming citizens of one of ten tribally based self-governing homelands called bantustans, four of which became nominally independent states. The government segregated education, medical care, beaches, and other public services, and provided black people with services inferior to those of white people.

In the 1994 general elections the African National Congress became South Africa's first black government with Nelson Mandela as the president.

THE FOLLOWING TOURS ADDRESS DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF THE FIGHT AGAINST THE INJUSTICES OF APARTHEID 

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Apartheid Museum


Effects and Demise of Apartheid

Apartheid Museum Tour

Apartheid Museum


Effects and Demise of Apartheid

Apartheid Museum Tour

The apartheid museum tells this story of racial discrimination by the white minority and the struggle of the black majority to triumph over this unjust system and illustrates the rise and fall of South Africa’s era of segregation and oppression. 

The museum uses film, text, audio and live accounts to provide a chilling insight into the architecture and implementation of the apartheid system and its ultimate demise, as well as inspiring accounts of the struggle towards democracy.

Private half day Tour @ R 950.00 per person

(2 Guests Minimum - 7 Guests Maximum. Single supplement - plus 30%)

INCLUDES PICK-UP & DROP-OFF AT THE AIRPORT OR HOTELS/GUESTHOUSES IN JOHANNESBURG

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Constitutional Hill


Solusion to past Injustices in South Africa

Constitutional Hill Tour

Constitutional Hill


Solusion to past Injustices in South Africa

Constitutional Hill Tour

Constitutional Hill consists of The Old Fort built in 1893, one of Johannesburg's oldest buildings and was used as a fortress by Paul Kruger during the Anglo Boer War, then turned into a prison and the Constitutional Court, the present guardian of our constitution, built from the bricks of the male awaiting trail prison block known as "number Four" on the 100-acre site of the century-old prison complex where the leaders of every major South African liberation group - Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi among them - were once detained.

Guardian of what was fought for and the Culmination of the struggle.

 

Private half day Tour @ R 950.00 per person

(2 Guests Minimum - 7 Guests Maximum. Single supplement - plus 30%)

INCLUDES PICK-UP & DROP-OFF AT THE AIRPORT OR HOTELS/GUESTHOUSES IN JOHANNESBURG

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Liliesleaf Farm


Action & Sacrifice Tour

Liliesleaf Farm

Liliesleaf Farm


Action & Sacrifice Tour

Liliesleaf Farm

Liliesleaf Farm was for many years a meeting place and hide-out for most of the luminaries of the struggle, top African National Congress (ANC) and South African Communist Party (SACP) personnel. Many of the defining policies that ultimately saw the overthrow of apartheid were devised on the Farm.

Liliesleaf Farm is also widely regarded as the birthplace of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), the armed military wing of the ANC and was the site of the police raid on 11 July 1963 that resulted in the Rivonia Treason Trials and eventual incarceration of many senior ANC leaders, including Nelson Mandela (who was not arrested in the raid), Govan Mbeki, Ahmed Kathrada, Raymond Mhlaba, Walter Sisulu and others. 

Private half day Tour @ R 950.00 per person

(2 Guests Minimum - 7 Guests Maximum. Single supplement - plus 30%)

INCLUDES PICK-UP & DROP-OFF AT THE AIRPORT OR HOTELS/GUESTHOUSES IN JOHANNESBURG