By A.J Christopher
The recent variation of the atlas (first released because the Atlas of Apartheid) provides a entire creation and precise research of the spatial impression of apartheid in South Africa. It covers the interval of the nationwide occasion executive of 1948 to 1994, and emphasises the adjustments and the continued legacy this offers to South Africans before everything of the twenty first century. The Atlas makes the original contribution of proposing the coverage and its influence in visible, spatial kinds by means of together with over 70 maps, a hugely acceptable approach considering the fact that apartheid used to be in regards to the keep an eye on of area and particular areas.
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Davies (1981) ‘The spatial formation of the South African city’, GeoJournal Supplementary Issue 2: 59–72 48 The atlas of changing South Africa essentially untidy, reﬂecting the histories of the settlements concerned and the ethnic diversity of the urban population. There was usually a notable lack of any coherent plan, as administrations responded to crises as they arose (Christopher 1987; Davies 1963). Even the central business districts were contested between the European and Indian communities in the Transvaal and Natal, leading to the dual structures evident most notably in Durban.
This report was in marked contrast to the prevailing concept that the towns were essentially White, both in control and occupation. Indeed a strong unifying political thread from the nineteenth century, in all parts of the country, had been the provision of separate urban locations or townships for the indigenous population, where social separation was reinforced by physical separation. G. Browett (1976) ‘The application of a spatial model to South Africa’s development regions’, South African Geographical Journal 58: 118–29 THE POLITICAL DISPENSATION The political development of South Africa prior to 1948 was complex.
It was this inherent untidiness of the nineteenth-century city which conﬂicted with White South African ideas of town planning and racial order inherent in the state-driven programmes of reconstruction in the post-Second World War era (Mabin and Smit 1997). 2 Administering apartheid The administrative machinery developed by the South African government between 1948 and 1991 to give effect to the apartheid policy was highly complex and expensive, involving the establishment of numerous overlapping jurisdictions and duplication of authorities.
Atlas of South African Change by A.J Christopher