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Author: Maynard W. Swanson
Publication date: 1983
Born on 21 March 1936, Roseinnes Phahle grew up in Alexandra Township. From 1950 to 1952 he boarded at St Peter’s School (now St. Martin’s) in Rosettenville, Johannesburg, which was run by the...
Author: Allison Drew
Author: Asanda Benya
Publication date: 26 July 2016
Ellen Kate was the name given to her by her biological mother and father. While important people in her life, they separated while she was still young, and so their influences crossed her life at...
Author: Laura Wilson
Publication date: 3 May 2018
Everyone knows about apartheid. They know that it was a system of racial discrimination that segregated the people of South Africa based on their skin color and treated them according to the White...
Author: Richard Rive
Publication date: 05 March 2018
We are currently in the continent of Africa. The country located furthest south is called South Africa. It is the year 1948. A law promoting Apartheid has just been passed. A majority of the country’...
Author: Jonathan Ansumana
The United Nations referred to apartheid as “a crime against humanity” (United Nations, edited 2018). In 1956, Trevor Huddleston, an Anglican priest, wrote the book, Naught for your Comfort, which...
Author: Victoria Vandiver
Publication date: 3 May 2018
Last week fighter aircraft flying in formation to look like the figure "100" swooped down The Mall and over Buckingham Palace to mark the centenary of the foundation of the Royal Air Force (RAF)....
Author: John Kane-Berman
Publication date: 16 July 2018
Publisher: PoliticsWeb
Petrus Mashishi, President of the South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) from its founding in 1987 until 2009, was both a man of his times and a giant representing working class principles of...
Publication date: 2018
Ottilie Abrahams was undoubtedly one of the most remarkable personalities of contemporary Namibia. She led through example as a political leader,grassroots activist, feminist and educationist from...
Author: Harry Boesak
Publication date: 14 July 2018
In the late 1950s Ottilie Schimming Abrahams was among the first generation of Namibian students who pursued post-secondary education in Cape Town. Ottilie Schimming Abrahams was among the leading...
Author: Heike Becker
Publication date: July 2018


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