Politics & Society

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Prof. Allison Drew is a noted historian and writer on socialism and nationalism in the South African context. This is a collection of books... read more
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The Amandla Cultural Ensemble was awarded the Order of Ikhamanga in Gold for their contribution to the struggle against apartheid through... read more
There were several reasons why Johannesburg urgently needed a laundry service. Water was not easily obtainable ”” the nearest natural... read more
The opening moment of education in South Africa coincides with the foundation of the colonial experience at the Cape in 1652. Six years... read more
The ANC in exile issued its first January 8th statement in 1972, the founding date of the ANC. This statement outlined the organisation’s... read more
The ANC Policy Conference is where a range of topics affecting the nation and organisation are discussed and future plans outlined. Here... read more
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When the African National Congress (ANC) was formed in 1912, it did not accept women as members. In 1918, the government threatened to... read more
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The destruction of the Zulu kingdom 1879 -1896 In the 1870s settler and colonial determination to bring Blacks under firm political control... read more
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South African Indian Council (SAIC) In 1961, Indians were officially recognised as a permanent part of the South African population and the... read more
The content of this article was taken from the book A Crime Against Humanity - Analysing the Repression of the Apartheid State edited by... read more
Finding the area ones ancestors came from is a daunting task. To assist the searcher, the table below has been created. The table... read more
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In aftermath of the June 16 Uprising, the government cracked down on student activists and organisations alike. On 19 October 1977 the... read more
Filling the void left by SASO? The Azanian Students Organisation (AZASO): A summary  Following the banning of the South African... read more
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The SA Student organisation (SASO) was formed under the leadership of Steve Bantu Biko in 1968. The organisation was banned in 1977. This... read more

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