Afterword: Orania as Settler Self-Transfer

  title={Afterword: Orania as Settler Self-Transfer},
  author={Lorenzo Veracini},
  journal={Settler Colonial Studies},
  pages={190 - 196}
The fall of Apartheid was not unexpected; indeed, the possibility of losing control had haunted for decades the imagination of Afrikanerdom. By the end of the 1980s Afrikaner concerns over the possibility of preserving political autonomy in a future multiracial South Africa had prompted increased reflection on the possibility and advisability of establishing an Afrikaner separate sovereign entity: a volkstaat. In the context of a growing debate, a private company (Orania Bestuursdienste) was… Expand
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An exercise in futility.
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