God, Volk, Vaderland: What ever Happened to the AWB?

The Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) used to be a feared force in South Africa, espousing a bizarre rhetoric of white supremacy in a desperate attempt to preserve the apartheid state during the early 1990s. Having failed in their attempt to capitalise on the breakdown of minority rule, they faded into the political shadows, yet somehow the AWB is still intact. Therefore CrowdH asks; who are the AWB, and what ever happened to this paramilitary group?
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#FeesMustFall: A Revolutionary Reform in South Africa

In a civic movement jarringly reminiscent of the 1976 Soweto Uprising, in which an estimated 176 peaceful student protesters were brutally killed by police forces in their demonstrations against Afrikaans being forcibly used as a medium of instruction in schools, a spate of student protests and mass rallies throughout South Africa have marred the already fragile educational landscape of the country.
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