Boer republics were under direct rule
The fact that the Boers wanted freedom and a place to settle. They would never find it under British rule.
It was either way. British tea companies had the right to sell to the colonies directly (direct tax). The tax could also be indirect if the money paid for the tea was shipped back to England (indirect tax). I've read many sources and they say different things. To sum it up, the Tea Act (depending on the company or the colony) could either have been a direct or an indirect tax. I hope this was helpful :) !
The Boer Wars (there were two) took place in South Africa.
The Boer Offensive The British Response Guerrilla Warfare
Africans should exchange their heritage and culture for European culture.
Direct rule refers direct control as regards administration whereas indirect rule means self-governing.
Egypt was under a direct rule.
Signapore colonizers used indirect rule. :)
The French used direct rule to govern Vietnam.
just reverse the rule required to change direct to indirect.