The Afrikanerbond (Afrikaner League), established in 1994, is the successor to the Afrikaner Broederbond, formerly a South African secret society. Unlike its predecessor, membership is open to anyone over the age of 18 years who identifies with the Afrikaner community. Applicants are required to go through a selection process before membership is granted. The existence of the organisation is no longer cloaked in secrecy, it now has its own website.
|Afrikaans & English|
The Afrikanerbond acts in the interest of Afrikaners who are committed to South Africa and want to positively contribute to the creation of a successful South Africa, which provides opportunities for all South Africans. The Afrikanerbond is therefore involved in:
- the protection and promotion of fundamental rights,
- protection of constitutional democracy
- the promotion of responsible citizenship and patriotism.
The chairmen of the Afrikanerbond were:
|de Beer, T.L.||1994||2000|
|van Garderen, D.S..||2004||2007|
- Ritchie, Kevin (March 15, 2007), "New boss, new role for Afrikanerbond", Pretoria News, p. 4, archived from the original on September 5, 2012
- Boyle, Brendan (August 12, 1997), "South Africa's secret society comes out on the Web", Turkish Daily News, archived from the original on September 30, 2007
- "100 jr - Bondsraad gedenkblad".