By Gerald L'Ange
The negotiated move of energy in apartheid South Africa used to be the final act within the dismantling of white supremacy at the African continent. whereas establishing a brand new period for the whites in Africa, it closed an previous person who comprises essentially the most vibrant episodes in international background. within the White Africans, South African journalist and author Gerald L’Ange offers a warts-and-all account of the ecu event in Africa, from the explorations of the 15th-century Portuguese mariners to the presidential inauguration of Nelson Mandela in 1994. the tale is traced in the course of the Europeans’ exploration and payment, via their slavery and fiscal exploitation, their conquest and colonisation, via decolonisation and the liberation struggles in Kenya, Algeria, the Portuguese territories, Rhodesia and Namibia to the negotiation of democracy in South Africa. keeping off either prior falsities and up to date distortions, the booklet seeks the reality of the ecu adventure, examines the current state of affairs of the white Africans and appears at what could lie forward for them.
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