1949C. BullockRina 35I knew what it was to travel with the kind of ‘munt’ who has wool inside as well as outside his head.
1951R. FarranJungle Chase (1957) 42I worked as a ganger on building schemes, chasing up the munts to mix concrete.
1953N. GordimerLying Days 35Man, there a whole lota niggers round Ocherts’, all over the garden and in the street and everywhere. Just a lot of munts from the Compound.
1962New Statesman (U.K.) 24 Aug. 218The old ‘munt’, as the African is still widely and insultingly termed.
1967J.G. DavisHold my Hand (1969) 23What good am I doing anyway, playing white chieftain over a few thousand munts.
1970Daily News 14 MayWords like ‘munt’ and ‘kaffir’ are never heard. Racial discrimination and intolerance have all but disappeared from the capital.
1974Weekend Post 12 Jan. 12The Whites played a game called munt-scaring..to see how close they could get to Black pedestrians or cyclists without actually mowing them down...They grabbed a Black person, took him for a ride, gave him a hiding and then dumped him. This was called munt-bashing.
c1976H. FlatherThaba Rau 36‘The munts eat out of his hand. One day he’ll lead the revolution.’ Poulson frowned. ‘I don’t like that expression — “munts”’.
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