Question: Where are the Asians in South Africa originally from Why did they come to South Africa?

They are largely descended from people who migrated to South Africa in the late 19th and early 20th century from British ruled India. The Indian/Asian identity was codified by law under Apartheid as a race group.

When did Asians migrate to Africa?

37 million to 39 million years ago These primitive traits, as well as the greater diversity and age of early, or stem, anthropoids in Asia rather than Africa suggest that this group arose in Asia and migrated to Africa 37 million to 39 million years ago.

What ethnic group came to South Africa first?

The Khoisan were the first inhabitants of southern Africa and one of the earliest distinct groups of Homo sapiens, enduring centuries of gradual dispossession at the hands of every new wave of settlers, including the Bantu, whose descendants make up most of South Africas black population today.

Is South Africa considered Asia?

The sense that Africa is a part of Indian history is very important. Studying India-Africa relations can help create a historical consciousness that Africa is part of South Asia just as South Asia is part of Africa.

Is Asia part of Africa?

tɪ. nənt] one of the seven large landmasses on the Earths surface, surrounded, or mainly surrounded, by sea and usually consisting of various countries. Africa, the Americas, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, together with Oceania, and Europe are considered to be continents.

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