South Africa has experienced a long history of forcible removal of people as the result of racist legislation. The discarded people : an account of African resettlement in South Africa Baltimore: Penguin Books.
I don’t often post about new products that we add to the store, but things are a little bit different for our new bedding range.Examples of pre-apartheid legislation include the 1913 Native Land Act , the 19 Asiatic Law Amendment Ordinance 29, and the 1936 Native Trust Land Act.[v]These items of legislation served to limit the freedom of all people not classified as White)living in South Africa by controlling their movement, limiting their power to own land or businesses and exploiting their labour to the benefit of White South Africans[vi]. Some of apartheid’s most oppressive legislation (such as the Group Areas Act) was built upon these earlier regulations that sought to control the movements and rights of all who were not White (for example, the 1925 Areas Reservation Bill sought to restrict Indians).[vii]However, it was the Group Areas Act of 1950 that formalised and rigorously implemented forced removals on an enormous scale; from its promulgation on the 7th of July 1950 to its repeal in 1991 under the Abolition of Racially Based Land Measures Act. We were extremely happy with the product, the packaging and presentation, and the very high level of service provided.We will definitely be checking back for new products and recommending your site to people we know.