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Imperialism in South Africa
The Dutch East India Company established a base at Cape of Good Hope.
British arrived in Cape Town.
The British control Cape of Good Hope and Cape Province.
The British Parliament abolished the slave trade.
The Dutch defeated the Zulus, creating two Dutch republics.
The First Boer War started when the Boers decided to rebel against the British.
The Transvaal Republic (Dutch) declared independence from Britain.
Britain signed a peace treaty and gave Transvaal Republic self-government.
European nations met to divide Africa.
1884 - 1885
Britain said the Southern Africa area to be within their sphere of influence.
The Transvaal Republic declared war on Britain, starting the Second Boer War.
Boers surrendered and the union of South Africa is in the British Empire.
Segregation began to occur throughout South Africa.
1910 - 1948
1948 - 1994
End of Apartheid
President Mandela abolished the Apartheid.
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