How did South Africa get independence

Q- How did South Africa get Independence?

Answer- In South Africa the white minority rulers follows the apartheid system to discriminate between blacks and whites in South Africa. So many people formed communities and started protesting against it. As the protest and struggles against the apartheid had increased, the government realized that they could no longer keep the blacks under their rule through repression. 

The White regime changed its policies. Discriminatory laws were repealed. Ban of political parties and restrictions on the media were lifted. After 28 years of imprisonment, Nelson Mandela walked out of jail as a free man. Finally at the midnight of 26th April 1994, the new national flag of Republic of South Africa was unfurled making the newly born democracy in the world. The apartheid government came ti an end, paving this way keen to protect its privileges and property. 

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