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  Asians in South Africa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Asians in South Africa constitute two per cent of South Africa's population, and most are of Indian origin, although there is also a small Chinese community.
Most Asians in South Africa are descended from indentured Indian labourers who were brought by the British from India in the 19th century, mostly to work in what is now the province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).
This caused difficulties for the apartheid regime, as Chinese South Africans were classified as 'Asian' and hence 'non-white', whereas Taiwanese Chinese, along with Japanese, were considered 'honorary white', and thus granted the same privileges as whites.
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