Date of Award
Department of Political Science
Dr. Hashim Gibrill
This study examines the contributions of Trans Africa in the global anti-apartheid movement. Furthermore, this research shows how Trans Africa made contributions to end the Apartheid laws, customs, and codes in South Africa that oppressed the black Africans, Chinese. Malays, and Indians of South Africa. This study was begun on the premise that TransAfrica made significant contributions to the anti-Apartheid movement from 1977 to 1986, domestically and internationally, thereby helping to dismantle Apartheid in South Africa. A descriptive case study was used to analyze data gathered to determine the contribution of TransAfrica. The researcher’s conclusion supports the premise that TransAfrica contributed to the demise of Apartheid in South Africa.
Nobles, Eric B., "Assessing the contributions of trans Africa in the struggle to end apartheid in South Africa" (2007). ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library. 3839.