A second agreement, identical to chess, was signed with the Chainouqua tribe for the area adjacent to the Hottentots-Holland-Montagnes with all its lands, streams and forests, with False Bay, which were sold to the company for an amount of 800 pounds. The agreement is currently kept in the register of documents in Cape Town and is considered a legal document. It is structured into eight clauses that are worded as follows: the land purchased by the Khoi was used to establish more Vryburgers and, when the French Huguenots arrived in 1688, they received fomentary allowances on the basis of the Crudop agreement. Until 1714, there were more than 400 of these farms. It is recalled that the crudop agreement was the first ground operation between European settlers and indigenous tribes. The document is dated in the Fortress of Good Hope on April 19, 1672 and is considered a legal matter, although, by modern standards, it is considered an unfair windfall in which the two parties were not equal in bargaining power. The land transferred in the agreement has already been largely populated by the Dutch, so the tribes do not lose anything that was not already populated, but if they rejected the agreement, they would not recover the country effectively. They would lose the protection they are afforded under the agreement. With respect to the payment of 800 pounds sterling, it later turned out that the actual value of the transferred goods did not even represent 10% of the agreed value.
It can also be mentioned that the country that Prince Khoi sold to the Dutch was also a country that was forcibly taken from other tribes. territorial conflicts: South Africa has set up military police support units along the Lesotho, Zimbabwe-Mozambique border to combat smuggling, poaching and illegal immigration; the governments of South Africa and Namibia have not signed or ratified the text of the 1994 General Agreement, which sets the border at the centre of the Orange River. The Apartheid Constitution created 3 of the Federal Parliament in 1983. The House of Assembly was the elected white chamber; The House of Representatives was elected by coloured or mixed races; and the Chamber of Deputies was elected by the Indian community. Each chamber had its own cabinet to defend the interests of its municipalities. The House of Representatives and the House of Representatives were purely advisory bodies, and all the laws they passed had to be passed by the House of Representatives and needed the rise of white government to become law. Cases of disagreement between the three houses of Parliament over specific legislation would be resolved by the President`s Council. The Constitution does not provide for the representation of black South Africans. To cope with the lack of leadership in Cape Town, VOC directors appointed three directors to Cape Town – Isbrand Goske Commander, Albert van Breugel as Secunde and Pieter de Neyn as a budget country. Van Breugel arrived on 25 March 1672 off Goske, Cape Town, and headed for the colony. At the same time, a fleet returning from the East brought Commissioner Arnout van Overbeke to Cape Town. As the most senior VOC official, van Overbeke conducted an inspection of the colony and concluded that a formal land purchase agreement with the Khoi tribes of Cape Town would bring more stability to the colony.
Hendrik Crudop, as secretary, led the negotiations. The crudop agreement was the first land transaction between European settlers and indigenous tribes.