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Know the difference! Vote! #elections #2016 #southafrica #shit_sa_say  Thanks @cornel_steyn

Know the difference! Vote! #elections #2016 #southafrica #shit_sa_say Thanks @cornel_steyn

Racheltjie de Beer: (1831–1843) is a (probably) fictitious Afrikaner heroine, who gave her life in order to save that of her brother. She was the daughter of George Stephanus de Beer (b. 1794). The fable goes that in the winter months of 1843 Rachel was part of a trek from the Orange Free State to the south-eastern Transvaal. During one...

Racheltjie de Beer: (1831–1843) is a (probably) fictitious Afrikaner heroine, who gave her life in order to save that of her brother. She was the daughter of George Stephanus de Beer (b. 1794). The fable goes that in the winter months of 1843 Rachel was part of a trek from the Orange Free State to the south-eastern Transvaal. During one...

One hundred onety two and three rands! #zumamustfall #southafrica…

One hundred onety two and three rands! #zumamustfall #southafrica…

Union and Apartheid-era South African money featuring Jan van Riebeck. He is no longer featured on South African money, which MIGHT have something to do with the fact that he begged the Dutch East India Company to let him enslave the natives.

Union and Apartheid-era South African money featuring Jan van Riebeck. He is no longer featured on South African money, which MIGHT have something to do with the fact that he begged the Dutch East India Company to let him enslave the natives.

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