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The NP and Inkatha's relations with both parliamentary and extra parliamentary groupings during the decade 1975-1985 created a hiatus in terms of their aims and strategies.
This crippled the evolvement of consensus politics in South Africa.
The NP and Inkatha had unfavourable relations with the extra parliamentary political formations, particularly the ANC.
Their relations with both the NP and Inkatha in terms of their aims and strategies were marked by what one may convoke "timorous digressions." Most of them referred to the NP Government as illegitimate while viewing Inkatha as perpetrating political tribalism which to them was the greatest enemy of African freedom.
By 1985 this intricate structure of political groupings and different aims and strategies, characterized a divided South Africa.
Dr Maxwell Zakhele Shamase is lecturing socio-cultural and contemporary political history at the University of Zululand, South Africa.
Dr Maxwell is also an author of a plethora of spiritual books and critical religious articles.
He received the award for the best doctoral research bursar in Humanities in 2001 from the National Research Foundation.
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