A Preliminary Solution to the Indigenous Issues in South Africa Colony

Wenrui Zuo


South Africa is an important colony in the colonial territory of the British Empire. In the process of British colonization, the nonstandard management and unconstrained colonial behavior caused considerable troubles and injuries to the indigenous people. Evangelical Thomas Fowell Buxton and missionary John Phillips contributed to solving the local indigenous problems. The indigenous problems in Cape colony promoted the establishment of the select committee on Aborigines (British settlements), which gave relevant suggestions to solve the indigenous problems in South Africa, and to some extent eased the contradiction between colonists and indigenous people.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20849/ajsss.v7i4.1101


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