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You would think white racists and black nationalists have almost nothing in common.

But an unlikely set of similarities has emerged between ostensible enemies: on the one hand, a new and evolving brand of white right-wing thinking; on the other, a genre of black populism associated with the radical economic transformation (RET) faction of the ANC. On the face of it, they are like oil and water. Look a little closer and they seem more and more alike...

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