White-only South African town nostalgic for apartheid
Some 27 years after the abolition of apartheid, there are still communities of white South Africans who refuse to mix with their black fellow citizens. It's the case in the town of Orania, where the only language spoken is Afrikaans, the tongue of the first Dutch settlers. In Orania's schools, students are taught an alternative version of history. Our colleagues from France 2 report, with FRANCE 24's James Vasina.
A programme preapred by Patrick Lovett and Gaëlle Essoo.
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