„Never in the history of this country have so few people done so much for so many without acknowledgement by the international community.“

As state president, referring to the ruling National Party House of Assembly, 17 August 1987, as cited in PW Botha in his own words, Pieter-Dirk Uys, 1987, p. 28

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