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Afrikaner

Afrikaans name for Bos indicus cattle. Called also Africander.
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It is also important because by analyzing the establishment's destruction of the once-proud Afrikaner, a great deal can be learned about the tools and treachery employed by the forces of destruction today.
When the National Party of the Afrikaner came into power in 1948, Verwoerd, the psychologist and philosopher, embarked on a "Moses mission" to lead the Afrikaner to the land of milk and honey, at the expense of the indigenous black population.
After the Dakar Safari, many of this group of Afrikaners went on to visit both Ghana and Burkina Faso.
com/tag/col-franz-jooste/http://) Afrikaner Journal blog the KK signed a cooperation pact with the like-minded AWB and Suidlanders in August 2011 to "coordinate our security strategy to protect our own people once the black revolution starts".
And then, in 1997, one year after the riot Billyboy Ramahlele witnessed, something new appeared in the photo: two flags from the age of white supremacy in South Africa--one from the old Afrikaner republic and one from the apartheid state that followed it.
The town requires an application to move in, but its ostentatious embrace of Afrikaner culture ensures no blacks apply.
The trekker leaders, as well as the trekkers themselves, were often depicted in later reconstructions of these events by Afrikaner historians as a group of people bound by the religious belief that they were a chosen people and like the Israelites of the Old Testament on their way to the "promised land" (Praeg 1992: 63-64).
Even veelbetekenend is de aandacht voor onder meer typische Afrikaner kleding (het kappie van de Voortrekkervrouwen), 'Afrikaner' meubels (de riempiesbank) en traditionele geneeswijzen (Boererate) in het tijdschrift Die Boerevrou (opgericht in 1919).
Davies' main strength lies in the nuanced approach to the issue of Afrikaner identity.
The first Afrikaans translation of Sophocles' Oedipus was performed in 1927 in the educational center of Potchefstroom, part of the Afrikaner heartland that had been colonized after the Great Trek of the nineteenth century.
HENDRE Fourie insists there is no conflict between his Afrikaner heritage and his new future as an England rugby international.
ENGLAND: Hendre Fourie insists there is no conflict between his Afrikaner heritage and his new future as an England rugby international.