Baaskap - definition of baaskap by The Free Dictionary
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baaskap (ˈbɑːsˌkap) or
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (sometimes capital) (formerly in South Africa) control by White people of non-White people
[from baas + -skap -ship]
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The principle of baaskap
or white supremacy underpinned the policy of apartheid applied by the NP To quote Mandela, they believed that "Afrikaners were God's chosen people and that Blacks were a subservient species" (159) and thus inevitably created what Amin Maalouf called "des identities meurtrieres.
This finding also possibly confirms that the relevance of the historically dominant White, baaskap
(6) masculinity, is no longer as superior as it once was (Morrell, 2001).