It is now 1986, and the government is talking of reform to phase out some of the apartheid laws. At this stage, we only know of some being phased out, and there is no assurance of blanket repeal of all the 800 or so different enactments affecting the lives of Blacks. Yet, despite the talk of reform in South Africa which is being expounded in the press and the governmentally controlled television and radio broadcasting stations, we still hear the calls of: "Hey Kaffir."
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