“Recent events in Africa have robbed the Union of precious time. This country now has less than 10 years to adjust its race relations.”This was a warning by national Chairman of South African Bureau of Racial Affairs (SABRA), Dr. A.L. Geyer. His utterances came during the opening of the Bureau’s Transvaal Congress in Pretoria on 10 September 1960.
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