Will the collapse of apartheid in South Africa lead to the eventual demise of the Afrikaans language? For playwright Mike Van Kraan, this is personal.
Brought up by his Afrikaans-speaking parents, he refused to speak the language as a young man as a means of fighting apartheid.
Yet today, in the new South Africa, his children are coming home from school speaking Afrikaans.
Mike goes on a personal journey to define for himself the struggle for the language.
Contributors include F W De Klerk and Andre Brink.