By A.J Christopher
The hot variation of the atlas (first released because the Atlas of Apartheid) provides a finished advent and specific research of the spatial effect of apartheid in South Africa. It covers the interval of the nationwide get together executive of 1948 to 1994, and emphasises the adjustments and the ongoing legacy this provides to South Africans firstly of the twenty first century. The Atlas makes the original contribution of offering the coverage and its effect in visible, spatial kinds via together with over 70 maps, a hugely acceptable technique considering apartheid used to be concerning the keep an eye on of area and particular areas.
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In these two regions over 70 per cent had been so restricted, a proportion little changed over the previous forty years. In Natal the slow progress of location building was apparent as only a third of urban Africans lived in formal locations, compared with a national average of two-thirds. The remainder continued to live on their employers’ properties, whether domestic or industrial. It must be emphasized that in the pre-apartheid era the majority of urban dwellers lived in segregated circumstances.
In place, a series of centrally 50 The atlas of changing South Africa controlled bodies ensured the dominance of the central government in carrying out the ofﬁcial programmes of the state. The central government ministries maintained regional ofﬁces where necessary, staffed by professional bureaucrats who were transferred from one part of the country to another in the course of their careers. The opportunities for the development of regional bias were therefore weak. However, through the creation of pools of local expertise, local ofﬁces were able to modify the details of central government policies.
1 Magisterial districts and provinces, 1951 Source: After South Africa (1955) Population Census 1951, Pretoria: Government Printer Administering apartheid 51 districts makes the comparison of statistics remarkably difﬁcult at anything other than national level. 2). Even the boundaries of the four provinces had been redrawn in the 1970s and 1980s as a result of the implementation of the state partition policy. AFRICAN ADMINISTRATION Parallel with the civil administration was that responsible for the supervision of the African population (Evans 1997).
Atlas of South African Change by A.J Christopher