SOUTH AFRICA: The Other Struggle

The clash of black v. white is not the only thing that divides South Africa. The division between English and Boer is still bitter.

In its effort to stamp out British influence, South Africa's Afrikaner government has taken the Queen's face off the postage stamps, removed the wigs from the heads of Parliament officials, and renamed army regiments (the Midlands Regiment became the Gideon Scheepers). But no Nationalist will be happy until a republic is declared, removing once and for all the Crown's technical sovereignty.

Last week, secure in the knowledge that Afrikaners outnumber...

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