- Words: 1876
- Length: 7 Pages
- Topic: Literature - African
- Paper #: 35425303
Direct political involvement and aid, however, has not been as noticeable or as openly accepted in the past decade and a half.
Part of this resistance to foreign influence is a direct result of South Africa's long submission to colonial or Europeanized rule, first by the Germanic Afrikaners and subsequently by the British (and the Afrikaners at the same time), and finally by the white government that intermingled European settlers