What were the appeals of democratic leaders of Africa to the blacks?Write fear of minority class after independence.
Asked by vatsalchoudhary41 | 9th Sep, 2014, 02:24: PM
After South Africa emerged as new democratic country, black leaders appealed to fellow blacks to forgive the whites for the atrocities they had committed while in power. They also said that they need to build a new South Africa based on equality of all races and men and women, on democratic values, social justice and human rights. Moreover, they decided that in the search for a solution to the problems, nobody should be excluded and no one should be treated as a demon. They agreed that everybody should become part of the solution, whatever they might have done or represented in the past.
Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 10th Sep, 2014, 10:49: AM
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