The old Apartheid laws are often noted for having displaced & relocated certain numbers of the Bantu population but these exact same laws ALSO removed & relocated White folks as well. During the Apartheid era the South African government forceably removed the German community of the Eastern Cape in order to make more room for the Ciskei homeland. Various German communities had been established there since the 19 century but many had over time gone or left. The remaining major German community was broken up as a result [ rather ironically ] of the long arm of Apartheid legislation.
Source: The Kaffraria Germans.
The implementation of the Group Areas Act, one of the corner stones of the Apartheid Policy, was the final blow for a separate German community in the Eastern Cape. To reduce contact between race groups in South Africa, every group was to be given its own separate piece of land. While the Europeans received by far the most and the best land, they did lose some areas to other groups. One such area was that part of the Eastern Cape which later became the Ciskei. As this was where the first two groups of Germans had been settled, their land was expropriated by the government. All remaining Germans had to move down into the main towns, and as a result, a separate German community in the Eastern Cape ceased to exist.
Forced removals was therefore not a race specific phenomenon.