In apartheid South Africa, the inhabitants were African American allowed to leave the country if they wanted?
Have they had the opportunity to emigrate from South Africa where she was forced to stay under apartheid?
Well, all Afro-Americans in South Africa would clearly have an American passport, it could leave whenever they wanted. Every citizen of South Africa any race can also obtain a passport and leave the country. Even during apartheid, South Africa, the main problem of border control has been held illegal immigrants from Mozambique and elsewhere, as many saw the country as a land of opportunity despite the regime. Many minors regular in the Witwatersrand mining areas were and still are migrant workers from Mozambique, Malawi and beyond. Apartheid has never been a discouragement to migrate to this country. At one stage it was feared that many illegal Mozambican migrants were ending up as Food Lion as they slipped through the Kruger National Park, which stretches along the border area. Keep people was never a problem, nobody was forced to stay. Indeed, South Africa has even tried to force several tribal territories become independent countries, although they were never recognized by any other country. Bophuthatswana, Venda, Transkei and Ciskei were the principal called “homelands”. Bophuthatswana became famous for hosting the Sun City entertainment complex, including games and other illegal activities in South Africa. Johannesburg City Slickers would flock to the country every weekend to spend their Rand, making it richer in tax revenues that many nearby white-dominated agricultural areas. All were reincorporated into South Africa to end apartheid.