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Apartheid legislation in South Africa Precursors Hut tax Franchise and Ballot Act (1892) Natal Legislative Assembly Bill (1894) General Pass Regulations Bill (1905) Asiatic Registration Act (1906) South Africa Act (1910) Natives' Land (1913) Natives in Urban Areas Bill (1918) Urban Areas (1926) Colour Bar Act (1923) Native Administration Act (1927) Native Land and Trust Act (1936) Asiatic Land Tenure Bill (1946) Prohibition of Mixed Marriages (1949) Immorality Act † (1950) Population Registration Act (1950) Group Areas Act (1950) Suppression of Communism (1950) Bantu Building Workers (1951) Separate Representation of Voters (1951) Prevention of Illegal Squatting (1951) Bantu Authorities (1951) Natives Laws † (1952) Pass Laws (1952) Native Labour (Settlement of Disputes) (1953) Bantu Education (1953) Reservation of Separate Amenities (1953) Natives Resettlement (1954) Group Areas Development (1955) Natives (Prohibition of Interdicts) (1956) Bantu Investment Corporation (1959) Extension of University Education (1959) Promotion of Bantu Self-Government (1959) Coloured Persons Communal Reserves (1961) Preservation of Coloured Areas (1961) Urban Bantu Councils (1961) Terrorism Act (1966) Coloured Persons Representative Council † (1968) † No new legislation introduced, rather the existing legislation named was amended. This box: view • talk • edit The Industrial Conciliation Amendment, Act No 28 of 1956, formed part of the apartheid system of racial segregation in South Africa. It prohibited the registration of any new 'mixed' unions and imposed racially separate branches and all-white executive committees on existing 'mixed' unions. It prohibited strikes in 'essential industries' for both black and white workers, and banned political affiliations for unions. Clause 77 legalized the reservation of skilled jobs to white workers, as the Bantu Building Workers Act of 1951 had done in the construction trade, 'to ensure that they will not be exploited by the lower standard of living of any other race'.[1] References ^ O’Malley, Padraig. "1956. Industrial Conciliation Amendment Act No 28". Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and Dialogue. Retrieved 04 May 2010.