History of Women’s struggle in South Africa collection

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INTRODUCTION No significant change has occurred in South Africa in the last decade. Apartheid and racism continue their tyranny and the South African society is as far away from equality, peace and...
Gandhiji led a seven-year long struggle in South Africa from 1907 to 1914 for the security and dignity of the Indian settlers in that country who were subjected to humiliations by the white rulers....
Author: E. S. Reddy
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  A sensational prison interview with M&G reporters uncovers new evidence linking Madikizela-Mandela to the murder of Dr Abu Baker Asvat. One of the two men convicted of the killing of Dr...
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Statement at the meeting of the Special Committee against Apartheid in observance of the International Day of Solidarity with the Struggle of Women of South Africa and Namibia, August 9, 1983 1...
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Description: <p>Thandi Modise, a Woman in War</p> <p>Author(s): Thandi Modise and Robyn Curnow</p> <p>Source: Agenda, No. 43, Women and the Aftermath (2000), pp. 36-40</p> <p>Published by: Agenda Feminist Media</p> <p>Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4066108 .</p>
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Reaction Takes the Offensive After the first attempted march on Johannesburg on 4 August, and the partial stay-at-home which kept at least 60 per cent of the labour force away from work, the SSRC...
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Introduction The decade of the 1950s was a decade of turmoil in South Africa. In the urban areas, a strong alliance was being forged between racially oppressed groups and sympathetic whites. As a...
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