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Question 1: In 1954, Lilian Ngoyi attended the World Congress of Women in ________, Switzerland.
BernGenevaSt. GallenLausanne

Question 2: It laid out plans for strikes, ________, and civil disobedience, resulting in occasionally violent clashes, with mass protests, stay-aways, boycotts and strikes predominating.
BoycottIsraelCharles BoycottIrish National Land League

Question 3: The ANC leader, Chief ________, did not support an armed struggle, but there was growing backing for a violent struggle as people became more and more aggravated by the government's aversion to hearing them out.
Jacob ZumaNelson MandelaAlbert LutuliThabo Mbeki

Question 4: During the 1970s, resistance gained force, first channelled through trade unions and strikes, and then spearheaded by the South African Students' Organisation, under the charismatic leadership of ________.
Steve BikoBlack Consciousness MovementNelson MandelaThabo Mbeki

Question 5: Founded by Biko, the BC faction materialised out of the ideas of the civil rights movement and ________ movement in the USA.
Martin Luther King, Jr.Black PowerMalcolm XAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

Question 6: When Robert Sobukwe (jailed following the Sharpeville massacre) was discharged from ________ in 1969, he was placed under house arrest in Kimberley until he died in 1978.
South AfricaRobben IslandThabo MbekiCape Town

Question 7: The State relied greatly on the evidence of Professor Arthur Murray, an ostensible authority on Marxism and ________.
SocialismFourth InternationalCommunist stateCommunism

Question 8: Mozambique was still a Portuguese colony, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and ________ (now Botswana) were still in colonial hands, and South West Africa (now Namibia) was controlled by the South African government.
Cape ColonySouthern RhodesiaNorthern RhodesiaBechuanaland Protectorate

Question 9: When they were outlawed, PAC leaders set up headquarters, in among places, ________, London and the United States.
KenyaTanzaniaNairobiDar es Salaam

Question 10: Schwarz was one of the defence attorneys in the infamous Rivonia Trial, defending Jimmy Kantor, who was ________'s lawyer until he too was arrested and charged.
Nelson MandelaThabo MbekiDesmond TutuFrederik Willem de Klerk


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