The Black Man’s Place in South Africa by Peter Nielsen
A surprisingly sympathetic account of the South African people here. The author sets out a question; can the natives of South Africa be assimilated into Western culture. He then goes on to detail a few things such as the mind of the native, their achievements, etc. He eventually comes to the conclusion that despite white people being essentially no better than their African cousins, people will fail to see this and so separation of the two races will be for the best.