The popular image of the Kalahari is a romantic one of desert space and untouched Bushmen. The popular image of the Afrikaners is of a unique and vicious racialism. Yet Afrikaners have been living in the Kalahari for more than a hundred years, their presence often studiously ignored by writers; and since 1961, independent Botswana with its policy of scrupulous non-racialism has embraced both Afrikaner and Bushman in common citizenship.
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