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The newly free African states would not tolerate the racism and oppression of black Africans by white governments any longer. Internationally, both the United Nations (UN) and the Organization of African Unity (OAU) demanded South Africa enter the modern world and end its racial policies. In 1960, the British Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, toured Africa. He observed the growing strength of African nationalism. The concluding address of his visit was made to the South African Parliament at Cape Town. In this speech, known as the famous 'winds of change' speech, he stated:
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