what was the role of ANC in south african movement

Asked by sbidipak | 21st Jun, 2017, 10:46: PM

Expert Answer:

The policy of apartheid in South Africa discriminated among the people on the basis of their skin colour. The 'Whites' rulers treated all non-whites as inferiors. 'Blacks' were discriminated and were not allowed to enter into a white areas without a valid permit. they also could not visit those churches where the whites prayed. The African National Congress (ANC) was an organisation which fought for the righrts of the non-whites in South Africa. The organsiation included workers' union and the communist parties. The ANC acted as a plateform where 'Blacks' came together to oppose the policy of apartheid. It played an important role in struggle against the apartheid policy. 

Answered by Social Science Expert | 22nd Jun, 2017, 08:28: AM

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