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Harold Wolpe died in Cape Town on 19 January 1996, five days after his seventieth birthday and just over a year after the death of his intimate friend and lifelong comrade Joe Slovo, one of the most...
Author: HB
Honourable Judge Siraj Desai and the Board of the District Six Museum, Family of Essa and Dullah, Friends, Brothers and Sisters: What a privilege and honour to join you today in rejoicing in the...
Author: Dr Allan Boesak
Publication date: 7 July 2019
Publisher: Zubieda Jaffer
This study is an inquiry into why women were at war with oil companies in Nigeria and how they internationalized their struggle. Employing the Midnight Notes Collective's concept of “the new...
Author: Terisa E. Turner and Leigh S. Brownhill
Publication date: April 2004
Description: Research article on role of women in resistance in oil industry in Nigeria
ISBN: DOI: 10.1177/0021909604048251
Publisher: Sage
David Nthubu Koloane: Born, 5 June 1938; died 30 June 2019 David Koloane’s work must surely be considered as one of the rare treasures to make it into the archive of what Roland Barthes once called...
Author: Premesh Lalu
Publication date: 3 July 2019
Publisher: Daily Maverick
Stephanie’s Kemp’s book, ‘My Life’, is one of a string of biographies that look back at the apartheid period and the role of activists. Such books, when well done, are not just about the life. They...
Author: Frank Meintjies
Publication date: 31 May 2019
Publication date: 2 July 2019
After spending his forty year-long career carving out a space for black artists in the global art world, 81 year-old Dr. David Koloane died at his home in Johannesburg last night.   With...
Author: Zaza Hlalethwa, Oupa Nkosi
Publication date: 1 July 2019
If he were alive today, Nelson Mandela would probably be puzzled to find that it has become popular among South Africans frustrated with the pace of change to join former Zimbabwean...
Author: Professor Steven Friedman, Professor of Political Studies, University of Johannesburg
Publication date: 8 May 2015
In 1976 paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey and other scientists reported that they’d found ancient hominin footprints at a site in Laetoli, northeastern Tanzania. The footprints were frozen in volcanic...
Author: Elgidius Ichumbaki & Marco Cherin
Publication date: 26 June 2019
Publisher: The Conversation
Author: Phyllis Naidoo
Publication date: 1990
Publisher: Mazongororo Paper Converters
Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Thandi Modise, Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Mr Amos Masondo, Deputy President David Mabuza, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and esteemed...
Publication date: 20 June 2019
There are many distortions in the dominant narratives around the 1976 students’ uprising. One of the most critical of these is the persistent, subtle projection of that uprising as the exclusive...
Author: Thando Sipuye
Publication date: 22 June 2017
Publisher: Pambazuka News
In a seminal speech on the 10th anniversary of the Uprising at Wilgespruit, Neville Alexander presciently indicated that “In the seamless web of South African history, the 16th of June 1976...
Author: Dr. Neville Edward Alexander
When the world remembers the 16th of June 1976, Emily Mavimbela remembers the 18th. There was no cup of tea waiting for her at home after work. On any other day, the elder of her two sons, Sipho,...
Author: Dennis Webster
Publication date: 14 June 2019
Publisher: New Frame
Friends Comrades I have so often announced my retirement from public life that nobody believes me anymore - not even my closest advisors or friends, it seems. Every time some so-called last event...
Author: Nelson Mandela
Publication date: 5 June 2005
A tribute to Ahmed Essop, teacher, writer and shining light of South Africa by Angelo Fick (Mail and Guardian), 12 June 2019   Representation matters, and the oeuvre of Ahmed Essop attests to...
Author: Angelo Fick
Publication date: 12 June 2019
Author: Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma
Publication date: 23 November 1994
Publisher: Lawyers for Human Rights


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