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Shifting boundaries of racial space in post-apartheid South Africa: the case of Afrikaner youth in East London
South African democracy has brought about changes like freedom of associations, as opposed to apartheid which emphasised separateness of races and cultures. This social change warrants new ways of living among South Africans, ...
“To build a just and fair society”: Fosatu and the vision of a new South Africa, ca.1970s-1980s
(School for Basic Sciences, North-West University, Vanderbijlpark Campus, 2022)
popularised the utopia of building a rainbow nation. The idea was to bring together all people of South Africa, in all their diversity, to work towards a new, common, non-racial and equal society. Indeed, the vision of ...
Afrikanerliberalisme in die tydperk 1775 - 1975 – die interpretasies van GD Scholtz en H Giliomee.
(North-West University, 2011)
Two historians, GD Scholtz and H Giliomee, have written extensively about liberal political thought among Afrikaners during the period 1775-1975. Their interpretations of the influence of liberalism on Afrikaner political ...