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Baasskap was a concept that was heavily promoted during Apartheid South Africa mainly by radical Afrikaners and the ruling National Party in order to arouse negative sentiments against black South Africans. The term literally translates from. — “Baasskap - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
[wysig] Baasskap. Sover dit die party se beleid van baasskap betref, dié aanhaling: "Rhodes [University] was subsequently accused in parliament of being run by leftists and having sought to expand in PE to "liberalise that City" (Currey 1970: 153). — “Bespreking:Verenigde Party - Wikipedia”, af.wikipedia.org
This category is used for administration of the Wikipedia project, and is not part of the encyclopedia. It contains pages that B. Baasskap. Banket (mining term) Basson brownies. Battle of Kakamas. — “Category:South Africa stubs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org