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Louis meets white separatists who dream of building non-black communities in post-apartheid South Africa, including Nazi leader Eugene Terre ‘Blanche. The whites-only communities that want nothing to do with a multi-racial South Africa and discovers a world of fire-breathing Boers (“Don’t get cocky with me, my friend!”) and unrepentant German Nazis. The white minority lead lifestyles similar in many respects to whites found in Europe, North America and Australasia, with sport being immensely popular. The braai (short for braaivleis or barbecue) is another national pastime, epitomised by an old advertising slogan for Chevrolet cars in the 1960s: Braaivleis, rugby, sunny skies and Chevrolet. Religious beliefs are also strong, with most Afrikaners adhering to the Dutch Reformed Church. Most English-speaking whites are either Anglican or Roman Catholic. Perhaps 90,000 whites are Jewish, with a similar number being of Portuguese origin. There are some Greeks and Christian Lebanese. Apartheid was abandoned as a policy by the government when 68% of voters supported change in a whites only referendum. According to research by FutureFact on the evolving South African consumer, Afrikaans speakers have shown the most radical change in political outlook of all groups in South Africa since 1994. Afrikaans speakers are 300% more accepting of affirmative action in 2004 than they were in 2000. This contrasts with the total population which has not shown radically increased support for the concept.