apartheid anthem

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English[edit]

The apartheid anthem
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Etymology[edit]

apartheid +‎ anthem. From Afrikaans apartheid (seperateness), and it being the national anthem of a state that practiced it.

Proper noun[edit]

apartheid anthem (uncountable)

  1. The Call of South Africa
    • 2007, Anthony Peckham, INVICTUS (aka "The Human Factor")[1]:
      BARBARA: Along with the apartheid anthem.
    • 2012, “'Apologise' for Die Stem”, in Sport24[2], South Africa:
      The manager of the London Cup hockey tournament must apologise for playing apartheid anthem "Die Stem" before South Africa's clash with Great Britain, SA Hockey Association chief executive Marissa Langeni said on Wednesday.
    • 2012, Chris Chance, “Great Britain apologizes to South Africa for playing apartheid anthem before field hockey game”, in Yahoo! Sports[3]:
      Great Britain apologizes to South Africa for playing apartheid anthem before field hockey game

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