South Africa, international pressure mounting

While the South African media remains conveniently quiet about international resistance to the current regime in the country, dr Dan Roodt described it as “already bigger than the anti apartheid movement ever was.”

During the apartheid years groups of people regularly protested outside South African embassies. It is however worth remembering that these protests were funded by various liberal governments, amongst others Sweden and the Netherlands. The United Nations also backed the movement. The anti-apartheid movement cannot, therefore, really be regarded as a spontaneous movement, while the current protest movement definitely is exactly that.
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SA netbalsterre in aanvraag oorsee

Suid-Afrika se uitvoerprodukte na die netbalwêreld raak net meer en meer. Nog twee Suid-Afrikaanse spelers het kontrakte geteken om volgende jaar oorsee te speel. Sigi Burger en Charmaine Baard gaan albei vir Surrey Storm speel, wat in die Engelse Superliga meeding. Bongi Msomi, die Protea-kaptein, was in Wasps se wenspan wat die Engelse Superliga gewen […]
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