By A.J Christopher

ISBN-10: 0415211778

ISBN-13: 9780415211772

The recent version of the atlas (first released because the Atlas of Apartheid) offers a complete creation and specific research of the spatial effect of apartheid in South Africa. It covers the interval of the nationwide celebration govt of 1948 to 1994, and emphasises the alterations and the continued legacy this offers to South Africans in the beginning of the twenty first century. The Atlas makes the original contribution of offering the coverage and its influence in visible, spatial types through together with over 70 maps, a hugely applicable process on the grounds that apartheid used to be in regards to the regulate of house and particular locations.

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26). In the private housing market, township developers and some individuals introduced racially restrictive covenants into the title deeds. Usually these were designed to prevent anyone who was not regarded as White from owning or leasing the properties. The practice was begun in Natal in the 1890s as an attempt to prevent Indians from acquiring properties in the more expensive, and now literally ‘exclusive’, suburbs. Strict injunctions were often inserted into deeds of transfer, specifying those who were not wanted.

9). 8 Percentage of population returned as White, 1951 Source: Computed from South Africa (1955) Population Census 1951, Pretoria: Government Printer 1950s. The point must be emphasized that this segment of the population no longer viewed itself in colonial, settler, terms, but as permanent ‘South Africans’ (Adam 1994). 10). Owing to the long history of occupation the various subgroups developed separate languages, often mutually unintelligible (Inskeep 1978). Three broad ethno-linguistic divisions are represented in the country: the Nguni peoples of the eastern coastal regions, the Sotho peoples of the interior, and the Vendans and Shangaans of the extreme north and east of the Northern Province.

Furthermore, the central city areas which were relatively integrated were made subject to the provisions of the Slums Act of 1934. This was applied for the demolition of various inner but dilapidated suburbs, notably on the Witwatersrand (Parnell 1988). The displaced African populations were largely rehoused in segregated mono-racial municipal housing estates on the urban periphery. The Slums Act was widely applied in the major metropolitan centres in order to impose racial segregation in a ‘non-racial’ manner.

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