"the activities of Kafferboeties and Communists "
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The Afrikaans term Kaffir-boetie (brother) was often used to describe a white person who sympathised with the cause of the black community or socialised with black people.

The South African Communist Party, formed in 1921, was a multi-racial organisation, with close links with the ANC. 

During the apartheid years, the National Party used the threat of both ‘swaart gevaar’ (black danger) and rooi gevaar (red, or communist, danger) to justify its oppressive policies.