Answer: D. 1994
Racist laws in South Africa came to an end in the early 1990s. The period of apartheid in South Africa witnessed very harsh and inhumane laws and protocols formulated against blacks; the original owners of the country. Although several protests and boycotts by blacks in South Africa have been held to abolish the racist laws present then, these laws were only totally stopped in 1994. Before then, blacks were heavily segregated and were not allowed to enjoy certain privileges the whites enjoyed or share some things with white individuals.