1974F. Wilson inDe VilliersEng. Speaking S. Afr. Today (1976) 154There is a fourth story which should perhaps be included lest some should leave this hall feeling that wide though the definition of ESSA’s is, it appears to include only Whites. Far from it.
1978tr. ofRapport inS. Afr. Digest 14 July 20The accent even fell on new political thought, something for which the Essas are not really known. For too long their political contribution was restricted to criticism of everything the Afrikaner came forward with.
1979T. Hauptfleisch inHSRC Languages Survey: 1st ReportIt was found that the Afrikaner normally appears more willing than the ESSA to employ L2, but only in situations outside his family circle...The Afrikaner reacts strongly — either positively or negatively — to being taken for an English speaker, whereas the ESSA is little concerned about this factor.
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