Afrikaner


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Afrikaner

a White native of the Republic of South Africa whose mother tongue is Afrikaans
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A majority of the Boers or Afrikaners who arrived in Kenya settled in Uasin Gishu, occupying huge tracts of land for the purpose of agriculture.
Let us examine this statement with regards to an anti-colonial Afrikaner leader whose life inspired Louw (1966) to write a play (2)) for the fifth anniversary of the apartheid Republic of South Africa in 1966, and which led Louw to clash with the then prime minister, Hendrik Verwoerd.
One non-political civil-rights organization, CapeXit, formerly known as the Afrikaner Society, has already put the South African government on notice that the people of the Cape are working to secede using a lawful, internationally recognized process.
As Joseph Chamberlain, the British colonial secretary, noted on a visit to South Africa in 1903, Britain was hardly in a position to heal the festering wounds it had created during the war, or command the loyalty of the rural Afrikaners. Boje observes that debt had become an uninvited houseguest on most of the farms of the Orange Free State and Transvaal after the war.
"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.
Een van die verreikendste gevolge van apartheid was, dat dit oenskynlik 'n eenheidsgevoel aan Afrikaners gegee het.
(2009/18) Skin 11.35pm, BBC1 Powerful drama based on the true story of Sandra Laing (Sophie Okonedo) - a black woman who, due to a rare genetic irregularity, was born to white Afrikaner parents in 1950s South Africa and ostracised from white society as a result of the country's apartheid regime.
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.