Anglo Africans

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Anglo-African - Culture
... See also Culture of South Africa Anglo Africans generally enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and fondness for sport ... In other ways the culture of Anglo-Africans is more Anglo than African afternoon tea - in fact, tea at any time of day - is still widespread as are pastimes such as gardening and reading ... Many Anglo-Africans will follow South African as well as British news and watch BBC and Sky News rather than CNN, and prefer British humor as expressed by Fawlty Towers and the Blackadder ...
Anglo-African - Culture - Sport
... and golf are generally considered to be the most popular sports among Anglo-Africans ... in Africa and particularly Zimbabwe has been dominated by Anglo-Africans ... Cricket in South Africa also features numerous Anglo-Africans, such as Graeme Smith and Neil McKenzie, both of whom have played for South Africa ...
Anglo-African - History - South Africa - Post Apartheid
... From 1994, after the apartheid era in South Africa, Anglo-African population has numerically stagnated or decreased due to a low birth rate and emigration ... Since the early 1990s, hundreds of thousands of Anglo-Africans have left the nation to start new lives and fortunes abroad ... There have been increasing incidents of racism against white South Africans since 1994 ...
Anglo-African - Culture - Education - Schools
... There are two categories of schools founded by Anglo-Africans or their British missionary predecessors, those originally meant for the education of the children of Anglo ... The first category includes both famous Southern African independent (private) schools like Plumtree School in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, the Diocesan College in Cape Town, the Wykeham Collegiate ... The second category of schools includes South African institutions like the Lovedale Institute, which was responsible for the education of many famous ...

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