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- Hence broederskap noun [Afrikaans -skap -hood, -ship], brotherhood, comradeship; membership of the Broederbond (sense 1).1979 Voice 4 Mar.In a flash of broederskap Gerry is reported as saying Kallie can sommer stay in the same hotel as his opponent, John Tate. Tate is Black.1988 ‘K. De Boer’ in Frontline May 38Scarcely had this been achieved and broederskap restored (if we are to believe the Press), than a new problem arose surrounding the collection of short stories.1989 ‘Hogarth’ in Sunday Times 3 Dec. 26It seems that Mr Wynand Malan’s membership of the Broederbond came up for discussion at a recent conclave of DP leaders. One wonders..whether his broederskap really still needs to cause such alarm.