50 years ago in General English

What signified that racial reconciliation had been restored?

[A] Mandela's promotion of the game rugby that was considered as a game of the whites and the blacks hated it.
[B] The white people cheering for Mandela in the rugby match when he awarded the winning team which comprised white people.
[C] The speech that Mandela gave after his becoming the President.
[D] His speech that he wanted to support both black and white people and wanted to ensure equal rights for everyone.
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ram manohar
ram manohar - 2 years ago

ram manohar from Hyderabad, India is saying His speech that he wanted to support both black and white people and wanted to ensure equal rights for everyone. is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 2 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying The white people cheering for Mandela in the rugby match when he awarded the winning team which comprised white people. is correct answer

Abdul Adut
Abdul Adut - 2 years ago

Abdul Adut from Bangalore, India is saying The speech that Mandela gave after his becoming the President. is correct answer

Bhushan
Bhushan - 2 years ago

Bhushan from India is saying Mandela's promotion of the game rugby that was considered as a game of the whites and the blacks hated it. is correct answer

Sayed badruzama
Sayed badruzama - 2 years ago

Sayed badruzama from Mumbai, India is saying The white people cheering for Mandela in the rugby match when he awarded the winning team which comprised white people. is correct answer

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What was the chief aim of Mandela's struggle?

  • [A] To reduce the power of the whites and enhance the position of the black people.
  • [B] To ensure political participation of the black people who were pressed down by the whites.
  • [C] To end racial discrimination and ensure equal rights for everyone, even the whites.
  • [D] To swipe away the white people and to establish strong roots and positions for the black people.