Afrikaner


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Afrikaner

a White native of the Republic of South Africa whose mother tongue is Afrikaans
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government, the United Nations, the Soviet Union, the Western media, and the deadly lies told by the establishment--all of which crucially contributed to what appears at this point to be the likely imminent death of the Afrikaner nation.
Een van die verreikendste gevolge van apartheid was, dat dit oenskynlik 'n eenheidsgevoel aan Afrikaners gegee het.
Today the empowerment of the Afrikaner is complete.
A year earlier he had been a member of the so-called Dakar Safari of 1987--a group of over 50 Afrikaner thinkers led by Dr Frederik van Zyl Slabbert that travelled to Senegal to meet with a 17-man ANC in exile delegation headed by Thabo Mbeki.
More than 50,000 South Africans -- Afrikaners almost to a man, with hardly a black face in sight -- were there to see their country play mine.
As to the KK's goal, Jooste told eNews Channel Africa's Africa 360 programme that it was primarily one of self-defence to protect vulnerable rural Afrikaner communities from ongoing "farm murders".
I assumed that old-line attitudes demanding racial separation had never budged in this Afrikaner redoubt.
Orania's other mission, the other raison d'etre that required it be established far from the perverting influences of city life, is to defend traditional aspects of Afrikaner culture.
These historical events are all regarded as important events within Afrikaner history and became the focus of many historical studies of the period.
In this article, Afrikaner nationalism from the first decades of the 20th century is seen against the backdrop of European cultural nationalism.
For Davies, Afrikaner identity has undergone an immense shift since the end of apartheid.
The Afrikaans language was a key component in the Afrikaner movement that was to be the dominant force in South African politics for most of the twentieth century.