The answer is an equivocal NO. It won't matter to whites until they feel South Africa is their country. It won't matter until the ANC ceases with race-based policies which bestow automatic second-class citizenry status on whites. It won't matter until the ANC ends its contempt for whites through its unilateral revision of white South African history.
Not until whites feel a part of - and a zest for - the so-called 'new' South Africa as it is currently constituted, not until the country becomes a place where it belongs to all evenly, affording everyone equal opportunities, this period that is "post apartheid" is a temporary juncture in our country's history as the signs point ominously to an ethnic pressure cooker about to erupt in the not too distant future.
London (Reuters) - Beyond the angst about whether South Africa will pull off a successful soccer World Cup next year is a more profound question -- can the competition bring the races closer 15 years after the end of apartheid?