South Africa’s Top Sites: The Struggle ebook
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South Africa’S Top Sites: The Struggle

This book takes you to sites related to the remarkable story of the opposition to South Africa's apartheid system, a saga that culminated in the country's transition to non-racial democracy in the early 1990s. It seems ironic, perhaps, that such a turbulent and painful past should have produced some of the best opportunities available for tourism and travel.Over the past decade there have been man...

Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: New Africa Books (March 15, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0864865678
ISBN-13: 978-0864865670
Package Dimensions: 9.6 x 6 x 0.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 19807219
Format: PDF ePub djvu book

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efforts to commemorate the history of the liberation movement. Among these have been, most importantly, the development of Cape Town's Robben Island Museum, an icon of the Struggle, and a of vibrant tourist industry in Soweto, Johannesburg. Other much-visited sites include the District Six Museum in Cape Town, Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, Freedom Park in Pretoria, and the Nelson Mandela Museum in the Eastern Cape.However, many other places around the country speak to the traumas and triumphs of the liberation process. Some of these are cherished and maintained; many others, sadly, are little known, neglected, and even at the risk of vanishing altogether.Top sites included:* Soweto, Johannesburg* Robben Island, Cape Town* Sharpeville, Johannesburg* District Six, Cape Town* Liliesleaf Farm, Johannesburg* Nelson Mandela Museum, Mthatha (Eastern Cape)* Mohandas Gandhi ashram (KwaZulu-Natal)