A political party has called for the establishment of an Afrikaner community which looks after itself in Pretoria.
According to Pretoria News, the Front Nasionaal party submitted a memorandum to City of Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa on Wednesday.
The party claimed that the Afrikaner ethnic group was being targeted.
"We have a problem that Afrikaans schools or areas are being targeted. It seems like a concerted effort to target us," said Wessel Basson, the party's Gauteng North leader.
"A community must look after themselves; that's what we believe in. Kleinfontein and Orania have more or less the same idea we have."
According to the memorandum, the party cited the country's Constitution and international law regarding ethnic and cultural self-determination.
"We hereby give notice that we purport to establish independent Afrikaner cultural areas and independent self-governing Afrikaner cantons after the municipal election in 2016," read an excerpt of the memorandum.
Another party leader, Francois Cloete, said their plan was to win wards in next year's municipal elections and consolidate them.