Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 7: 2017 is the time for thinking, planning, and deeds

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area: Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 11:3   ABSTRACT   Keywords Alliance, apartheid, conflict,… Continue reading Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 7: 2017 is the time for thinking, planning, and deeds

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 6: The preparedness of Afrikaners to deal with the threats and challenges of the new South Africa

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 11:2   ABSTRACT   Keywords: Alliance, apartheid, Black… Continue reading Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 6: The preparedness of Afrikaners to deal with the threats and challenges of the new South Africa

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 5: The vicious cycle of revenge and counter-revenge around apartheid

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 11:1     ABSTRACT     Keywords: Atrocities,… Continue reading Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 5: The vicious cycle of revenge and counter-revenge around apartheid