Hendrik Verwoerd

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Noun1.Hendrik Verwoerd - South African statesman who instituted the policy of apartheid (1901-1966)
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His successors, both military and civilian, practised a form of Apartheid that would have been the envy of Hendrik Verwoerd, the prime architect of Apartheid in South Africa.
My own principal literary endeavour last year was as the junior partner to my friend Harris Dousemetzis in writing The Man Who Killed Apartheid, a book which exposed the greatest lie and cover-up in South African history.When Dimitri Tsafendas, a Mozambican of mixed race, stabbed Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd to death in Parliament in Cape Town in 1966, the apartheid regime went to extreme lengths to portray him as insane.
1966: Hendrik Verwoerd, South African prime minister since 1958, was assassinated in parliament in Cape Town by Dimitri Tsafendas.
The South African Prime Minister, Hendrik Verwoerd, for example, believed that 'the Jews took Israel from the Arabs after the Arabs had lived there for 1,000 years.
Hendrik Verwoerd is mentioned a few times and his training as a sociologist is noted, but whether it had an impact on his approach to the implementation of apartheid is left unstated.
South Africa's Stellenbosch University is the alma mater of some of the most diehard "apostles of apartheid", including Hendrik Verwoerd, Johannes Vorster and Daniel Malan.
1966 South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd is stabbed to death.
1966: Hendrik Verwoerd, South African prime |minister since 1958, was assassinated in parliament in Cape Town by Dimitri Tsafendas.
In 1962 he moved to Pretoria where, after teaching at Hendrik Verwoerd Hoerskool for a few years, he joined the staff at the University of Pretoria lecturing in Applied Mathematics.
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That same year - 1995 - he visited the Afrikaner enclave of Orania to have tea with Betsie Verwoerd, widow of the architect of apartheid, Hendrik Verwoerd. A number of whites left the country nonetheless, spurred by high levels of violent crime and the perceived lack of opportunity.
He knew the power of forgiveness and took tea with Betsie Verwoerd, widow of Hendrik Verwoerd, the architect of apartheid.