An appraisal of the executive political leaders and regimes of the South Africa: 1652 to 2018. Part 3: Factors that influence the development of executive political leaders

Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Research Associate, Focus Area: Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa Corresponding Author: Prof. Dr. GP Louw Email: profgplouw@gmail.com Keywords: Afrikanerism, appraisal, Boers, development, factor, influence, leader, political, regime. Ensovoort, volume 38 (2018), number 7:1 1. Background 1.1 Introduction An Englishman apologizes when you step on […]

An appraisal of the executive political leaders and regimes of South Africa: 1652 to 2018. Part 2: The entities in government and society that executive political leaders used to aid their political behaviour

Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa Corresponding Author: Prof. Dr. GP Louw Email: profgplouw@gmail.com Keywords: appraisal, characteristic, constitution, dynamics, guarantee, hypocrisy, integrity, leadership, liberator, mindset, organization, platform, regime. Ensovoort, volume 38 (2018), number 6:2 1. Background 1.1 Introduction In any moment […]

An appraisal of the executive political leaders and regimes of South Africa: 1652-2018. Part 1: Leadership characteristics in perspective

Gabriel P Louw iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6190-8093 Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Humanities, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa Corresponding Author: Prof. Dr. GP Louw Email: profgplouw@gmail.com Keywords: appraisal, characteristic, constitution, executive governance, guarantee, hypocrisy, integrity, leadership, liberator, mindset, organization, regime. Ensovoort, volume 38(2018), number 6:1 Background 1.1 Introduction The concept leader is prominent […]

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 7: 2017 is the time for thinking, planning, and deeds

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area: Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 11:3   ABSTRACT   Keywords Alliance, apartheid, conflict, […]

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 6: The preparedness of Afrikaners to deal with the threats and challenges of the new South Africa

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 11:2   ABSTRACT   Keywords: Alliance, apartheid, Black […]

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 5: The vicious cycle of revenge and counter-revenge around apartheid

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 11:1     ABSTRACT     Keywords: Atrocities, […]

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe a century away? Part 4: Afrikaners’ failure to understand, accept, and appropriate the indigenous realities of South Africa

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area Social Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa   RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 10:2   ABSTRACT Keywords Apartheid, civilisation, conflict, discrimination, […]

South Africanising the English Cryptic Crossword

South Africanising the English Cryptic Crossword George Euvrard George Euvrard majored in African Languages, has a D.Litt et Phil in Psychology, is a qualified psychotherapist and professor of Education, and was previously Dean of Education at Rhodes University. His research interests are widespread, ranging from pilgrimage learning to cryptic crosswords. E-mail: g.euvrard@ru.ac.za Ensovoort volume 37(2017), […]

Is the dissolution of the Afrikaner tribe only a century away? Part 3: Present and past determinants and role players in the establishment and continuation of perceptions of injustice in the mindsets of Afrikaners

Gabriel Louw   Research Associate, Focus Area Transformation, Faculty of Arts, Potchefstroom Campus, North-West University, South Africa                                                                        RESEARCH   Corresponding Author: Prof Dr GP Louw Focus Area Social Transformation Faculty of Arts Potchefstroom Campus North-West University South Africa Email: profgplouw@gmail.com   Ensovoort volume 37(2017), number 10:1                                                                       ABSTRACT   Keywords: Apartheid, Afrikaanse, Afrikaner, ANC […]

Wat die Engelsman nie wil sien nie, dit sien hy nie

Robin Renwick (gebore in 1937) was ‘n Britse regeringsverteenwoordiger in Rhodesië (1978-1980) toe die politieke mag van die blanke bewind na swart terreurgroepe oorgegaan het. Hierna was Renwick die Britse ambassadeur in Suid-Afrika (1987-1991), dus toe dieselfde situasie besig was om plaaslik te ontvou. Margaret Thatcher (1979-1990) en daarna John Major (1990-1997) was toe die […]