www.archive-org-2013.com » ORG » A » APARTHEIDMUSEUM

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".

    Archived pages: 35 . Archive date: 2013-06.

  • Title: Home | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: .. Downloads.. Join Us.. Follow Us.. Blog.. home.. visiting us.. about the museum.. permanent exhibition.. The Pillars of the Constitution.. Race Classification.. Journeys.. Segregation.. Apartheid.. The Turn to Violence.. Life under Apartheid.. The Homelands.. The Rise of Black Consciousness.. Political Executions.. The Significance of 1976.. Total Onslaught.. Roots of Compromise.. Mandela s Release.. On the Brink.. National Peace Accord and Bill of Rights.. 1994 Election.. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).. The Miracle and Beyond.. The New Constitution.. A Place of Healing.. school visits.. other exhibitions.. what s on now.. resources.. classroom resources.. comics.. links.. downloads.. contact us.. support the museum.. We are open Tues to Sun from.. 9h00.. to.. 17h00.. Admission Fee.. (.. Price increases below are applicable from 1 May 2012.. ).. Adults:.. R65.. 00.. Pensioners, students and children:.. R50.. Learners:.. R20.. Teachers:.. R25.. A major exhibition on the life and times of OR Tambo has been curated.. by the Apartheid Museum, in association with the Oliver Adelaide Tambo Foundation and ACSA.. It opened at the Slave Lodge in Cape Town in March 2013,.. and will be on display there until.. March 2014.. The exhibition tells the remarkable story of how OR Tambo.. turned the struggle against apartheid into one of  ...   to every stage of South Africa s epic struggle against apartheid from formulating a new approach in the 1940s to leading the mass struggles of the 1950s, from the formation of Umkhonto we Siswe in the early 1960s to imprisonment for 27 years.. He initiated and led negotiations in the 1990s, and served as the first President of a democratic South Africa.. He built a new nation from the fragments of conflict.. (click to download/view pdf s).. CHARACTER.. theme1.. 2,441KB.. COMRADE.. theme2.. 2,373KB.. LEADER.. theme3.. 2,313KB.. PRISONER.. theme4.. 2,572KB.. NEGOTIATOR.. theme5.. 2,799KB.. STATESMAN.. theme6.. 2,849KB.. Our Triumphs and Our Tears: Online Exhibition.. Women s struggles in 20th century South Africa.. An exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Women s March\.. copyrigt.. I remember the first man to the moon, when he set his foot on the moon, he said this is a little step forward for mankind.. I ask myself, is my child and grandchildren mankind?.. - Lilian Ngoyi.. Our Triumphs and Our Tears part 1.. 2,872 KB.. Our Triumphs and Our Tears part2.. 2,863 KB.. Click Below to read review about the Museum on the Trip Advisor site.. Apartheid Museum.. reviews.. A HISTORY FORGOTTEN IS A FUTURE LOST.. Hosted by Mediaetc..

    Original link path: /
    Open archive

  • Title: Downloads | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: Understanding Apartheid Learner s Book.. Introduction.. 352KB.. Grade 6 7 workbook.. 4668KB.. Chapter 1: The origins of apartheid.. 482KB.. Chapter 2: Segregation in action.. 667KB.. Chapter 3: The implementation of apartheid.. 621KB.. Chapter 4: Resistance to apartheid.. 642KB.. Chapter 5: From apartheid to democracy.. 606KB.. Acknowledgements.. 122KB.. Grade 8 workbook.. 2363KB.. Understanding Apartheid Teacher s Book.. Table of Contents.. 231KB.. 123KB.. 125KB.. 160KB.. 338KB.. 169KB.. 227KB.. Grade 9 workbook.. 7090KB..

    Original link path: /node/48
    Open archive

  • Title: Visiting Us | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: OPENING HOURS.. Tues Sun: 9h00 17h00.. The Museum is closed on Mondays, Good Friday.. and Christmas Day.. WHERE.. Cnr Northern Parkway.. Gold Reef Roads,.. Ormonde,.. Johannesburg.. South Africa.. ADMISSION FEE.. Adults: R65.. Pensioners, students, children: R50.. GUIDED TOURS.. An additional R5.. 00 per person, must be booked in advance.. SCHOOL GROUPS.. 00 per learner.. 00 per teacher.. School bookings should  ...   to the graphic nature of the Museum s content, it is not deemed suitable for children under the age of 11.. BUDGETING TIME.. Plan a two-hour visit to the museum if you want to engage briefly with the exhibitions.. Get Directions.. From.. Pretoria.. Johannesburg.. OR Tambo.. ►.. De Villiers Graaf Motorway.. Southern Bypass Route.. Soweto.. Identity document of.. Bangephi.. Grace Ndwandwe..

    Original link path: /visiting-us
    Open archive

  • Title: About the Museum | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: The Apartheid Museum s Genesis.. The Apartheid Museum opened in 2001 and is acknowledged as the pre-eminent museum in the world dealing with 20th century South Africa, at the heart of which is the apartheid story.. In 1995 the South African government set up a process for the granting of casino licenses, establishing an agency to do this called the Gambling Board.. The bid documents stipulated that bidders should demonstrate how they would attract tourism and thereby grow the economy and stimulate job creation.. A consortium, called Akani Egoli (Gold Reef City), put in a bid that included the commitment to building a museum.. Their bid was successful, the Gold Reef City Casino was built and an adjacent piece of land given for the construction of a museum.. The cost of the construction of what became the Apartheid Museum - approximately 80 million rand - was paid for by Gold Reef City.. The museum is registered as a Section 21 company (incorporated not for gain) with an independent board of trustees, the chairman  ...   architectural consortium, comprising several leading architectural firms, conceptualised the design of the building on a seven-hectare stand.. The museum is a superb example of design, space and landscape offering the international community a unique South African experience.. The exhibits have been assembled and organised by a multi-disciplinary team of curators, film-makers, historians and designers.. They include provocative film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts illustrating the events and human stories that are part of the epic saga, known as apartheid.. A series of 22 individual exhibition areas takes the visitor through a dramatic emotional journey that tells a story of a state-sanctioned system based on racial discrimination and the struggle of the majority to overthrow this tyranny.. For anyone wanting to understand and experience what apartheid South Africa was really like, a visit to the Apartheid Museum is fundamental.. The museum is a beacon of hope showing the world how South Africa is coming to terms with its oppressive past and working towards a future that all South Africans can call their own..

    Original link path: /about-museum-0
    Open archive

  • Title: Permanent Exhibition | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: Between 1994 and 1996 South Africa s first fully democratic parliament, sitting as the Constitutional Assembly, drew up South Africa s new constitution.. It contains guarantees of equality more extensive than anywhere else in the world.. At its heart are seven fundamental values which are represented by the pillars in the first courtyard visitors encounter on arrival at the museum: democracy, equality, reconciliation, diversity, responsibility, respect and freedom.. Next >>..

    Original link path: /permanent-exhibition
    Open archive

  • Title: The Pillars of the Constitution | Apartheid Museum
    Original link path: /pillars-constitution
    (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)

  • Title: Race Classification | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: Race Classification.. Racial classification was the foundation of all apartheid laws.. It placed individuals in one of four groups: native , coloured , Asian or white.. In order to illustrate the everyday reality, visitors to the museum are arbitrarily classified as either white or non-white.. Once classified, visitors are permitted entry to the museum only through the gate allocated to their race group.. Identity documents were the main tool used to implement this racial divide, and many of these documents are on display in this exhibit..

    Original link path: /race-classification
    Open archive

  • Title: Journeys | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: The discovery of gold in Johannesburg in 1886 attracted migrants from all over Southern Africa and many other parts of the world.. This exhibit illustrates the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of some of those who journeyed to the city of gold in the years following 1886.. Together they made up a diverse and often racially mixed community.. It was this racial mixing that segregation and apartheid were designed to prevent..

    Original link path: /journeys
    Open archive

  • Title: Segregation | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: In 1910 South Africa was united for the first time into a single nation known as the union of South Africa.. The majority of blacks, along with white women, were denied the vote.. Racial segregation became the official policy throughout the Union and laid the foundation for apartheid.. The two dominant politicians  ...   were the architects of segregation.. The new state was immediately confronted by opposition from several quarters such as the South African Native National Congress (later known as the ANC), the white miner strikes (from 1913 to 1922) and the first Trade Union (the ICU).. Much of this opposition was suppressed by force..

    Original link path: /segregation
    Open archive

  • Title: Apartheid | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: Apartheid.. This exhibit examines the social and political forces that gave birth to apartheid, such as the poor white problem and Afrikaner nationalism.. It also identifies some of the political groups that resisted this process.. A powerful display of large photographs shows the process of physical removal and relocation that was a core feature of apartheid.. Also included are the list of apartheid laws and images of life under apartheid..

    Original link path: /apartheid
    Open archive

  • Title: The Turn to Violence | Apartheid Museum
    Descriptive info: During 1959 and 1960, violence broke out in several South African cities.. In March 1960 police fired upon a crowd protesting against the pass laws in Sharpeville, killing at least 69 people and injuring many others.. Demonstrations against the killings followed in many parts of the country and led to  ...   national Congress (ANC) and the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC).. Both went underground, and formed armed wings, Umkhonto we Sizwe (ANC) and Poqo (PAC).. By 1964 the greater part of the internal leadership of both groups had been arrested and jailed, most famously in the Rivonia arrests and trial of 1963-1964..

    Original link path: /turn-violence
    Open archive

  • Archived pages: 35