ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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SOUTH AFRICA-Programme of Retribalisation

bankers and industrialists, at once set about dividing the ranks of the students with the help of seret funds from abroad with the help of secret funds from abroad country)They did so by approaching the vocational students. The danger, the Vocational students were told, came from the communists, who were subverting the country, endangering its religion and threatening the monarchy. The vocational students were therefore, to fight the communists within the student movement to save the country, religion and king. And it was suggested that the university students were under communist leadership, The military-industrialist elements and foreign interests provided large sums of money and jobs to the leadership of vocational students and, with the help of continuous propaganda, money and arms, set them up against the rest of the students.

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