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- n. Plural form of South African.
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Only the South Africans seemed unaffected by the misery of Padraigs position.
And he's going to do to you, Mr. Strode — and people like you — what the South Africans are alleged to have done to the Liberal Party.
He had a flat-sounding Afrikaaner accent, and like many South Africans he was, I discovered later, trilingual in English, Afrikaans and Zulu.
Black South Africans were asked to be patient with economic reform and to make an investment in their country’s future through short-term sacrifice.
Black South Africans need to forge their identity as a nation, with or without the cooperation of white South Africans.
The shift from labor-intensive productivity, for which black South Africans were trained during apartheid, toward growth in the service sectors further widened the income and employment-rate gaps between whites and blacks.