"you are all the time referring to apartheid, apartheid, apartheid"

In a speech in the 1970s, South Africa’s ambassador to the United Nations, Pik Botha, described Apartheid as multinational development. The word means separateness.  Opponents had another translation of the Afrikaans word: apart hate. Government ministers had started to speak of separate development; they said that it was most unfortunate that their policy of allowing each race group to develop within its own culture, was called Apartheid.