Dirk Hermann is a South African labour executive and head of Solidarity, an Afrikaans trade union that operates in South Africa and dates back to 1902.


Solidarity is a network of like-minded individuals, groups, businesses, and organisations united by common values like Christianity, free markets, preserving Afrikaner heritage, and self-reliance.

Afrikaners developed their own language and cultural identity over time, including during the Great Trek and the war with the British Empire.

The town of Orania exemplifies Solidarity’s principles of Afrikaner self-governance and cultural preservation. 

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