Petty Apartheid was the name given in South Africa to aspects of apartheid concerned with the day-to-day regulation of people's morality, most notably the Immorality act, Mixed marriages act, and the Separate amenities act.

Petty apartheid was removed by the National party under F.W. De Klerk shortly before the 1994 general election that brought the ANC to power.

See also grand apartheid

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