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Author: Stephen R. Lewis
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: apartheid, economics
Number of Pages: 212
Published: 1990
ISBN-10: 0876090560
ISBN-13: 9780876090565

As interest in South Africa began to rise sharply in the United States in the mid-1980s it became clear that few Americans economists know much about the economies of South Africa and the region. The Economics of Apartheid offers a clear and concise explanation of the regions economies and how it contributes and directs public policy. Though this is not a prescriptive book, it does provide an understanding of the problem of South Africa and the possible consequences of various alternative policies both in South Africa and in the international community. It will also provide policymakers and to

Author: John Gardner
Publisher: HSRC Press
Keywords: wake, people, trailing, apartheid, politicians
Number of Pages: 164
Published: 1997-06-01
ISBN-10: 079691821X
ISBN-13: 9780796918215

Author: Premesh Lalu
Publisher: HSRC Press
Keywords: hintsa, deaths
Number of Pages: 352
Published: 2009-11-12
eBookDB-ID: 0796922300

In 1996, as South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission was beginning its hearings, Nicholas Gcaleka, a healer diviner from the town of Butterworth in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, set off on a journey to retrieve the skull of Hintsa, the Xhosa king. Hintsa had been killed by British troops on the banks of the Nqabarha River over a century and a half before and, it was widely believed, been beheaded. From a variety of quarters including the press, academia and Xhosa traditional leadership Gcaleka’s mission was mocked and derided. Following the tracks of Nicholas

Author: Patrick Giddy
Publisher: CRVP
Keywords: south, african, university, black, historically, engagement, philosophy, apartheid, protest
Number of Pages: 176
Published: 2001-12
ISBN-10: 1565181638
ISBN-13: 9781565181632

Author: T. Dunbar Moodie
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: civil, religion, afrikaner, apartheid, afrikanerdom, power, rise
Number of Pages: 352
Published: 1975
ISBN-10: 0520039432
ISBN-13: 9780520039438

Authors: Pieter Kok, Michael O’Donovan, Oumar Bouare, Jo
Publisher: HSRC Press
Keywords: south, africa, migration, internal, apartheid, patterns, post
Number of Pages: 134
Published: 2003-01-02
ISBN-10: 0796920044
ISBN-13: 9780796920041

Authors: Rachel Bray, Imke Gooskens, Lauren Kahn, Sue Mose
Publisher: Human Sciences Research Council
Keywords: post, apartheid, cape, town, adolescence, childhood, new, south, africa, growing
Number of Pages: 448
Published: 1969-12-31
ISBN-10: 0796923132
ISBN-13: 9780796923134

How has the end of apartheid affected the experiences of South African children and adolescents? This pioneering study provides a compelling account of the realities of everyday life for the first generation of children and adolescents growing up in a democratic South Africa. The authors examine the lives of young people across historically divided communities at home, in the neighbourhoods where they live, and at school. The picture that emerges is one of both diversity and similarity as young people navigate their way through a complex landscape that is unevenly ’post’-apartheid. Histori
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