South Africa's Coloureds

Pogrund, Benjamin
August 1976
New Republic;8/7/76, Vol. 175 Issue 6/7, p17
Focuses on the racial discrimination in South Africa, with reference to the report of a government commission of inquiry into the country's Coloureds. Information on the background of Coloureds; Involvement of Coloureds in politics; Racial discrimination between Coloureds and blacks; Recommendation of the commission on the total repeal of all statutory bars on the employment of Coloureds.


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