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Christian de Villier's becomes increasingly interested in the circumstances surrounding his father’s death. Using the Internet, he tries to find the reasons why he might have been killed. There is little to satiate his curiosity until one day he discovers a blog site set up by an old anti-apartheid activist. The blog site claims that his father had worked for the Bureau of State Security in the old apartheid government.
Christian returns to Cape Town from Australia, shortly after his eighteenth birthday. Unknown to him his return to South Africa is monitored by the National Intelligence Agency and a white underground Afrikaner supremacist organisation. They both have knowledge of his father’s genetic research on racial profiling, and believe that Christian might lead them to a missing folder containing highly sensitive material on chemical and germ warfare .
Christian discovers the folder buried in the garden of their old house in Cape Town. Included in the folder are evidence of foreign governments involvement in a germ warfare programmes and the development of nuclear arms.Christian finds encrypted genetic research on racial groups under his father's name. Christian recognizes the code as similar to one on the back of a photo of his mother and himself and emails his mother .
His email is intercepted and Christian,along with a beautiful coloured girl he has met,Isabella, are pursued by the secret white supremacist group. Christian and Isabella, are taken hostage by the white supremacist group and held in an underground mine.In return for Christian and Isabella's lives they demand the key to the encrypted genetic research from Christian's mother,who realizes the research will be used to kill many Black and Coloured South Africans.

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