History of Women’s struggle in South Africa collection

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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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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...
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We must recognise, first of all, that the black women of South Africa have not been discriminated and oppressed by black men but by the apartheid system, by the white minority in power which is...
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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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We have discrimination against women, and even oppression of women, in many societies, but there is nothing like the inhumanity in South Africa. Women have played a heroic role in the struggle...
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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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From: South Africa's Radical Tradition, a documentary history, Volume Two 1943 - 1964, by Allison Drew Document 44 - "The Revolt of the Women", The Soyan, December 1959 Early in June the...
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Anna Sophia Swanepoel (Told in 1950) I was born on 2nd April 1893, on Tapfontein Farm, Edenvale district, Orange Free State. My father was a small farmer. My mother brought up to be a farmer's wife...
Indian women join Gandhi's passive resistance campaign Women Passive resister (Satyagrahi) and her family. 1913. © Before union, at the turn of the century, conditions for Indian families were...
The Poor White problem spread to the factories and the slums of Johannesburg and was soon felt in the offices of the union. There was a constant flow into the office of young Afrikaner women, whose...
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....
In the mid-1920s African protest escalated throughout the Transvaal countryside. African labour tenants and farm workers, chafing under poor wages and working conditions, evictions from white farms,...
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When women massively become political the revolution has moved to a new stage. 'Wathin't a bafazi, way ithint'imbolodo uzo kufa' (Now you have touched the women (Strydom), you have struck a rock,...
Phoenix represented an important space where women could break out from the chains of tradition. As Gandhiji said, it allowed the women ‘to come out so boldly.' The women such as Ada West and...
Aspects of some expereinces of women in the struggle for liberation in the MK: 1976 – 1988 A case study of 10 women by Kongko Louis Makau
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The involvement of women in liberation struggle tends to attract controversy. This relates mainly to the extent and character of women's participation. Some suggest that their activity merely...
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