Communities were also instructed to set up separate African revenue accounts based on revenues from fines, fees and rents charged to “indigenous” at the sites; This money should be used for site maintenance and improvement. However, the crucial function entrusted to local authorities was to administer stricter passport laws: Africans deemed redundant to the labour needs of white households, commerce and industry, or those who led an “idle, dissolute or disorderly life”, could be deported to the reserves. In implementing the law, local authorities have paid particular attention to the needs of industry. In Johannesburg, for example, where industrialists made no secret of their desire for a large pool of permanent workers on call, it was used intermittently until the late 1940s. The law was amended in subsequent years. In 1977, Additional Protocol No. 1 to the Geneva Conventions designated apartheid as a grave violation of the Protocol and a war crime. The Protocol has 169 Parties.  Attempts to define functional domains for Transkean laws.
Start: July 19, 1976 Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has criticized the country`s practice of denying economic and educational opportunities to citizens because of their ethnic or ancestral origin, comparing it to apartheid.  According to Horrell (1978: 473), this law marked the beginning of the fight against “red weapons” as opposed to a pure “red ideology.” It allows indefinite detention without trial under the authority of a police officer of the rank of lieutenant colonel or higher. The definition of terrorism is very broad and encompasses most criminal acts. No time limit has been set for detention; It may continue until the detainees have answered all questions satisfactorily or until continued detention is of no use. Fourteen-day visits by judges were planned “if circumstances permit”. Other visitors were not allowed. The Act entered into force retroactively to 27 June 1962 and also applied retroactively to South West Africa (Horrell 1978: 445). It differs from the ninety-day and 180-day detention laws in that the public does not have the right to be informed of the identity and number of persons detained under the Terrorism Act (Dugard 1978:118).
Start: June 27, 1962. All sections except section 7, repealed by section 33 of the Internal Security and Intimidation (Amendment) Act 138 of 1991. In 2021, Human Rights Watch found in a report that Israel commits apartheid and persecution against Palestinians throughout the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and Israel.    In 2022, Amnesty International also stated in a report that Israel was committing apartheid.  Amnesty International`s report illustrates the Israeli government`s discriminatory treatment of Palestinians in Israel, the occupied territories and in exile. According to the report, Israel has participated in a “system of oppression and domination” of Palestinians, including through segregation, military rule and restrictions on Palestinians` right to political participation.  Mixed Marriage Prohibition Act, Act No. 55 of 1949 The National Party, in its early efforts to introduce social apartheid, introduced the Mixed Marriages Act in 1949. This law prohibited marriage between whites and any other racial group. Nationalists have shown in the parliamentary debate on this issue that they are concerned about the increasing infiltration of Coloureds into the white group. When this law was enacted in 1949, there were about 75 mixed marriages versus 28,000 sham marriages.
By law, an employer can only be a white person. The passport also indicated when and for what purpose permission to reside in a particular region was requested, and whether the application was refused or granted. South African judge Richard Goldstone, head of the report of the United Nations Fact-Finding Mission on the Gaza conflict, also known as the Goldstone report, wrote in the New York Times in October 2011: “There is no apartheid in Israel. Nothing comes close to the definition of apartheid under the 1998 Rome Statute. Goldstone noted that Israel`s Arab citizens are allowed to vote, have political parties and hold seats in the Knesset and other positions, including one on Israel`s Supreme Court.