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Bantu Homelands Constitution Act, 1971

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Apartheid South Africa Part II (c. 1963-1976)

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Flagler College History of South Africa: The Architecture of Apartheid part 1

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From Exclusion to Inclusion

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From Exclusion to Inclusion

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South Africa in 2004, ten years after the end of Apartheid.

The Bantu Homelands Constitution Act, 1971 enabled the government of South Africa to grant independence to any "Homeland" as determined by the South African apartheid government. In accordance with this act, independence was eventually granted to Transkei in 1976, Bophuthatswana in 1977, Venda in 1979, and Ciskei in 1981.
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