Afrikaner


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Afrikaner

a White native of the Republic of South Africa whose mother tongue is Afrikaans
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Many rural Afrikaners became the implacable enemies of the British Empire.
This action and notice should be considered as the end of an era where marginalization and disregard of the basic human rights of the Afrikaner have become the accepted norm in South Africa.
The aims of the present study were firstly, to describe the physical phenotype of affected Afrikaner patients with confirmed founder FANCA mutations, and secondly, to compare this phenotype with the physical phenotype in black South African patients with FA caused by the homozygous FANCG deletion mutations described by Feben et al.
Afrikaner individuals with a personal or family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer are seen at these clinics.
In essence, the massive book, packed with documentation from what must have been a Herculean research effort, recounts in amazing detail the true history of the Afrikaner nation--the much-maligned "Second America.
In romans soos 'n Droe wit seisoen, Gerugte van reen en Die kreef raak gewoon daaraan gee hy nie net vorm aan sy opvatting van die krities, meelewende Afrikaner nie, maar help hy om 'n intellektuele ruimte te skep wat dit moontlik gemaak het om ook in Afrikaans antiapartheid te wees.
That same year - 1995 - he visited the Afrikaner enclave of Orania to have tea with Betsie Verwoerd, widow of the architect of apartheid, Hendrik Verwoerd.
The cortege will also pass near the one-time home of Paul Kruger, the father of the Afrikaner nation.
One Afrikaner leader, FW De Klerk, came to understand -- late, but not too late -- what the times demanded, and he thoroughly deserved to share the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize with Mandela.
The old Afrikaner vision of a white tribe of some three million Afrikaners who had been harshly governing and terrorizing the southern tip of Africa was demolished.
UFS is in the heart of the Free State, the traditional center of Afrikaner power, settled in the mid-19th century by Dutch settlers who trekked inland in covered wagons from the Dutch East India Company's colony at the Cape of Good Hope 600 miles southwest.
So Boshoff and his co-founders, cosmopolitan intellectuals who'd been stout Afrikaner nationalists for most of the apartheid era, retreated to the Great Karoo to conceive of a new town in which Afrikaners would learn to "do all their own labor.