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Special Report Transcript Episode 41, Section 2, Time 05:28
Every morning when he found us in the stores he wanted us to say, ‘good morning sir,’ but I wanted to know why doesn’t he greet us first because he found us there as Africans. He should greet first. We used to fight over that because he wanted me to greet him first and say ‘good morning sir,’ ‘môre baas.’ Briefly, for he didn’t have a good relationship with the Africans, because he had a big role in the oppression of the white people. I personally know this, I saw this myself, because most Africans were complaining about Fourie’s handling. Even my own father stayed with him a long time and he was crying, because the cows that he for himself took from him.
Notes: Petrus Nkgwedi
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