Politics & Society

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Introduction The response to the outbreak of the First World War in South elicited different responses from a number of organisations as... read more
When the First World War broke out, Indians in South Africa gave enthusiastic support to the British war effort in the form of declarations... read more
Like their African counterparts, the organisations of the coloured elite came out strongly in support of the British war effort. They... read more
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When the First World War broke out in August 1914, the British Government called upon the dominions in the British Empire to come to its... read more
The out break of the First World War had profound consequences for the development of socialist labour politics in South Africa. Before the... read more
The Natal economy, like the rest of South Africa, received a major growth stimulus as a result of the outbreak of the war. The shortage of... read more
The primary political concern of the SANNC at the outbreak of the First World War was the 1913 Land Act. A deputation of SANNC members went... read more
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Introduction The response to the outbreak of the First World War in South elicited different responses from a number of organisations as... read more
The 1973 strikes was a major wake-up call for registered unions, most of which had been lulled into varying degrees of complacency by... read more
Often referred to as "the trial that changed South Africa,” in October 1963, ten leading opponents of apartheid went on trial... read more
This article was written by Jerry Saena and forms part of the SAHO and Southern Methodist University partnership project Abstract: Ruth... read more
This article was written by Jarvis Pruitt and forms part of the SAHO and Southern Methodist University partnership project In order to... read more
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The SACTU decision to create formal links with the ANC was based on their argument that the struggle for a living wage and working... read more
South African History Online (SAHO) is hosting an intergenerational dialogue to commemorate 40 years since the Soweto Student Uprising. The... read more
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On Tuesday, 17 June, 2014, the Popular Education website was launched in Woodstock, Cape Town. Omar Badsha, the Director of South African... read more

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