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After campus protests some of South Africa’s most prestigious universities have agreed to stop teaching in Afrikaans – the language of the Afrikaner white minority who controlled the country during the brutal apartheid era. More than 20 years after the end of apartheid some Afrikaners claim their language, and culture, are being marginalised. For Our World Benjamin Zand meets Afrikaners who fear for their future in the ‘Rainbow Nation’.