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1 POST-HEGEMONIC AFRIKANERDOM AND DIASPORA
1. POST-HEGEMONIC AFRIKANERDOM AND DIASPORA. REDEFINING.
“Are We Afrikaners Getting too Rich?”1 Cornucopia and Change in
Cornucopia and Change in Afrikanerdom in the 1960s. 145.
Wits, Dept. of Sociology and Harold Wolpe Dialogue THE
ALTAAR VAN AFRIKANERDOM
ALTAAR VAN AFRIKANERDOM. ▪ “Strijdom is very, very dead” deur Tom Gouws.
"A VERY STRANGE SOCIETY"
presents a case in point. Sometimes Mr. Drury descends into sarcasm: "ladies of the Cabinet dressed in the finest taste that Afrikanerdom affords" (p.

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So much more than just a game
She also spends a great deal of time with the Blue Bulls in Pretoria; an organisation, she observes, trying amicably to sever their “roots in white northern Afrikanerdom”.
Slaves make wine in SA, again
Fourth Franschhoek Oesfees This afternoon the Sanhedrin of Afrikanerdom, the ATKV (Afrikaans language... Nice Wine “Nice” is one of the most powerful adjectives in the... Why wine?
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The Big Interview: The man who rescued the UFS
I was present on October 15, 2009, when Jansen was installed as vice-chancellor and rector of Free State University, the first black appointment to this position at the former bastion of Afrikanerdom in middle South Africa.

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Afrikanerdom - definition of Afrikanerdom by the Free Online
Afrikanerdom definition of Afrikanerdom in the Free Online
Afrikaner. formerly Boer.
South Africa Angst in Afrikanerdom - TIME
Dec 10, 1990 The descendants of the founders of South Africa's apartheid state debate their role in a black-ruled society.
Amazon.com: The Rise of Afrikanerdom: Power, Apartheid, and the
Amazon.com: The Rise of Afrikanerdom: Power, Apartheid, and the Afrikaner Civil Religion (9780520023109): T. Dunbar Moodie: Books.
Afrikanerdom and Apartheid: Churches in Turmoil

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