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The apartheid, institutionalized from 1948 to 1994, was a means of racial classification and segregation that affected nearly every aspect of life in South Africa. The Population Registration Act of 1950 required all South Africans to be racially classified into one of four groups: white, black, colored, or Indian.
There were many complicated rules within the apartheid system - measures that aimed to keep racial groups separated and maintain white supremacy within the country. The Stream takes a look at a few of them below.