Twentieth century slavery

South Africa, 1969

Film
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An examination of the policy of apartheid and the history of white domination in South Africa. While the native population maintains the country’s booming economy by providing a cheap labour force, the white population exercise strict control over every facet of native life and have created what is virtually a slave population.

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production company

British Broadcasting Corporation

National Educational Television

Unesco

Language

English

Duration

00:26:12:00

Colour

Black and White

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