Nnipa mu nyiyim nniso a ɛwɔ South Africa

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Nnipa mu nyiyim (/əˈpɑːrt(h)aɪt/, titiriw South Africa Borɔfo kasa: /əˈpɑːrt(h)eɪt/, Afrikaans: [aˈpartɦɛit]; nkyerɛase. "tetewmu", lit. 'aparthood') yɛnhyehyɛe a ɛfa mmusuakuw mu mpaapaemu a wɔahyehyɛ ho a na ɛwɔ hɔ wɔ South Africa ne South West Africa (mprempren Namibia) fi 1948 kosi 1990 mfe no mfiase.[hyɛ no nsow 1] Na nnipa mu nyiyim yɛ amammui amammerɛ a ɛyɛ katee a egyina baasskap (lit. ‘boss-hood’ anaa ‘boss-ship’), a ɛhwɛɛ sɛ ɔman no mu aborɔfo kakraa bi a wɔdɔɔso no di South Africa so wɔ amammui, asetra, ne sikasɛm mu denam nnipa kakraa bi a wɔde wɔn ho hyɛɛ mu so.[1] Sɛnea nhyehyɛe a wɔde kyekyɛ asetra mu nkyekyem yi kyerɛ no, na ɔman mma aborɔfo na wɔwɔ dibea a ɛkorɔn sen biara, na Indiafo ne Kɔlafo dii akyi, afei Afrikafo Abibifo. Sikasɛm mu agyapade ne asetra mu nkɛntɛnso a nnipa mu nyiyim de ba no da so ara de besi nnɛ, titiriw pɛyɛ a enni hɔ.[2]

Beaɛ a menyaa mmoa fii[sesa]

  1. http://www.sabcnews.com/sabcnews/apartheid-legacy-haunts-sa-economy/
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20180502210959/http://www.sahistory.org.za/article/despite-1994-political-victory-against-apartheid-its-economic-legacy-persists-haydn-cornish-