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African racial situation African's attitude aggression ANY-MOST-SOME-FEW-NO apartheid Bantu Education Act Bantu group Bechuana beliefs and opinions Boer Bushmen Cape Coloured characteristic CHBE concept cultural difference economic English-speaking South African English-speaking white European expressed fact fairly unfavourable favourable feeling of racial frontier farmer Group Areas Act historical hostility Hottentots Ibid in-group Indian and Cape individual interview intolerance investigation Kaffir Keiskammahoek Kiewiet kinship by marriage labour latter Marais McCrone McMillan miscegenation motive myth Native Ndebele non-white groups object opzichte out-group population position prejudice psychological question race attitudes race relations racial attitudes racial groups racial superiority regarded relations in South relationship result Riebeeck significant slaves social distance scale Social Psychology South African racial South African society South African white stereotype sub-groups subjects Swazi tendency Theal tolerance Trek tribal unfavourable attitude Voortrekker Walker white and black white and non-white white group white supremacy Xhosa Zulu