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Indigenous "Africans" and transnational "Pan-Netherlanders": past and present in the "re-construction" of post-1994 Afrikaner identity.
(School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2012)
This article explores two strategies to “re-imagine” Afrikaner identity in a post-apartheid South Africa in which white Afrikaners, once politically and culturally dominant, have become increasingly marginalized. One, ...
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, ...