The Afrikaner-Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) was a political party created by a group of young men in 1973, in Heidelberg, Transvaal South Africa. This group among many, was an organization set out against apartheid in South Africa. However it differed from other political groups in its beliefs and goals. The goal of this group was to create an independent nation state within South Africa known as volkstaat. One of founders was Eugene Ney Terre 'Blanche, a farmer from the Ventersdorp district, who was raised
through a history of colonization and apartheid, communication in South Africa has evolved slowly; nonetheless it is gaining strength and it is reaching a greater apex (Collier, 2005). Linguistic affiliation. There are eleven languages officially recognized in South Africa. The reasoning behind the official recognition of so many languages was to bring a greater level of equalization to the nation. Until 1994, Afrikaans was the official language, and English was also recognized.