Anti-Tour Groups
Pro-Tour Groups
The Matches
Significance to NZ
Apartheid

100

The acronym HART stands for...

Halt All Racist Tours

100

The Prime Minister of New Zealand during the 1981 Tour.

Robert Muldoon.


100

Name the protestor tactics used at the first game, in Gisborne on July 22nd 1981.

Pitch invasion.

Glass on the try line.


100

In what ways did the Springbok Tour divide the country?

Labour vs National supporters.

Young vs old.

Women vs Men.

Urban vs Rural.

100

The number of protestors killed in the Sharpeville Massacre.

69

200

The co-founder and main leader of HART is called...

John Minto

200

These were a significant group of National Party voters who the Prime Minister wanted to get support from for the upcoming election...

Rural Farmers.

200

This was the location of the second game, which was called off due to a pitch invasion and threats of a stolen plane crashing into the stands.

Hamilton - Rugby Park.

200

A famous chant used by the protestors.

"The whole world is watching"

"Remember Soweto"

"Biko, Biko, Biko..."

200

The number of protestors (mostly children) killed in the 1976 Soweto Uprising.

176

300

This was the military wing of the Polynesian Panthers, formed to defend the protestors' front line using physical force.

Patu Squad

300

This was a phrase often said by those who supported the 1981 Springbok Tour.

"Sport and politics don't mix"

300

Location of the first test match. This also saw an escalation of violence with the Patu Squad joining the protestors for the first time.

Christchurch - Lancaster Park.

300

Upon hearing of the 1981 protestors, this imprisoned leader said "The sun shone into my dark cell and transformed the oppressive dungeons of despair into beacons of hope.”

Nelson Mandela

300

The year Sophiatown was bulldozed, displacing 58,000 Africans.

1955

400

The year that Norman Kirk cancelled the Springbok's visas to enter Aotearoa New Zealand.

1973

400

This was the policy of the New Zealand Government when dealing with Apartheid South Africa.

Bridging Policy.

400

The location of the game that took place on the 29th of August.

Wellington - Athletic Park.

The second test match.

400

This was the name of New Zealand's first riot squad, created to use modern police tactics against protestors.

Red Squad and Blue Squad.

400

The year the United Nations put a ban on all diplomatic, sporting, cultural and economic interaction with South Africa. 

1970

500

A badge campaign worn to show support for the protest movement.

"wear your HART on your sleeve."

500

This private company was hosting the Springbok Tour, so the government had no right telling them how to run their business.

NZRFU (New Zealand Rugby Football Union)

500

This man flew his Cessna plane over the final test game in Auckland, dropping flour bombs on the players, on the 12th September.

Marx Jones

500

Name the owner of this item and its current location.

John Minto's helmet.

Te Papa Museum. Wellington.

500

The title given to Māori and Pacific Islanders who competed with the All Blacks in the 1970 tour to South Africa.

"Honorary Whites"