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Topic - Marisa Haasbroek
A South African town that spans about 2,000 acres and touts about 1,000 residents is fighting to maintain its historical roots — as an all-white community that beckons from apartheid days.
"We feel that our culture is being threatened, and we want to protect it, and we want to nurture it," said Marisa Haasbroek, a writer and mother who also acts as spokeswoman for the gated community, Kleinfontein, NBC reported.