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The Soul of the ANC is under severe attack not from external forces as we would have thought, but from its own members and leaders. At the beginning, and in our regular 'balance of forces'...
Author: Frank Chikane
Publication date: 21 September 2015
Archive Type: Articles
Sport, Race, and Liberation Before Apartheid: A Preliminary Study of Albert Luthuli, 1920s-1952s Dr Peter Alegi, Department of History, Michigan State University Albert Luthuli's place in the...
Author: Dr Peter Alegi
Archive Type: Articles
Durban - It is understandable that while meandering through Van Reenen’s pass, negotiating its dangerous terrain, a traveller is likely to miss a most superbly constructed church. Just a few...
Author: Sayed Iqbal Mohamed
Archive Type: Articles
With special reference to the campaigns in Britain by the Anti-Apartheid Movement Paper prepared for the United Nations Unit on Apartheid in 1971 1 The system of white supremacy in South Africa is...
Author: Mary Corrigall
Archive Type: Articles
One of the most striking buildings in Port Elizabeth is the famous Campanile. In the article below, Tennyson Smith Bodill reveals the history behind the creation of this remarkable structure. The...
Author: Tennyson Smith Bodill
Archive Type: Articles
Author: Kgolane Rudolph Phala
Archive Type: Online book
Archive Type: Articles
EITHER city voters will get the ANC leadership they want by 2019, or the party may well no longer govern the country on its own. The ANC’s huge setback does not change the reality that, for a...
Archive Type: Articles
Names: Mellet, Patric Tariq. Date of Birth: 1956 Place of Birth: Areas of Woodstock and...
Archive Type: Articles
When Robert Semple visited Cape Town in 1804 he correctly noted the significance of the naming pattern for Cape Slave owners: It may here be observed that the whole heathen mythology is ransacked to...
Author: Robert Shell
Archive Type: Articles
In the year, 2000, four young oral historians interviewed fourteen women who participated in the 1956 March. Here are extracts from three interviews (Q: Indicates interviewer's question)...
Archive Type: Interviews
To understand what the Women's liberation movement today represents, we must understand the general situation, which is developing in the Western world. Western democracy is faced with a general...
Author: Zanele Dhlamini (Mbeki)
Archive Type: Articles
Sindile Moya was head prefect in Zimasa Higher Primary School in Langa during 1976. He was involved in protests on the ground, as well as helping to organise collaborative efforts between different...
Author: Sindile Moya
Archive Type: Letters
Thembinkosi Khumalo is a student activist at the University of Pretoria. He is an active PASMA member. PASMA is a student division of PAC. Khumalo is also involved in community upliftment in his...
Author: Thembinkosi Khumalo
Archive Type: Letters
Author: Mary Benson
Publication date: 1963
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Archive Type: Online book

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