Politics & Society

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Following the South West Africa People’s Organisation’s (SWAPO) consultative congress in 1969-70 in Tanzania, SWAPO wanted to... read more
Introduction The history of White colonial land dispossession did not begin with the passing of the Native Land Act in 1913, it spans back... read more
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In 1991, Nelson Mandela was elected the president of the African National Congress (ANC), and his friend and colleague, Oliver Tambo, was... read more
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Introduction The Ohlange Institute was founded by John Langalibalele Dube in 1900. Dube was a founder member and first president of the... read more
This Order is to be awarded to South African citizens who have excelled in the fields of arts, culture, literature, music, journalism and... read more
A Brief Overview The People’s Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN) was an armed wing of the South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO),... read more
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In the pre-colonial period, 1880 to 1893, the Pondo people (Mpondo) formed part of the Xhosa ethnic group, but differed in terms of culture... read more
Botha appointed a President’s Council in October 1980 to oversee the process of piecemeal reform that would confer a modicum of... read more
This article was written by Peter LaNasa and forms part of the SAHO and Southern Methodist University partnership project Abstract: This... read more
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Fifty years after the beginning of the Rivonia Trial, officially known as the State versus Mandela and others, we are able to look at what... read more
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The involvement of China in South Africa’s struggle against Apartheid occurred in two different manners. Officially China had... read more
Introduction The institution of traditional leadership represents an early form of societal organisation. It embodies the protection of... read more
By the 1860s, subjugation of African people in the immediate vicinity of the Cape had been achieved. Other than a small, enfranchised... read more
The San, the first people in South Africa The earliest hunter-gatherers in southern Africa were the San people. The San were also known as... read more
In 1975, Peter Johnson, joined the ranks of the uMkhonto we Sizwe and disappeared into exile. Nearly a decade later, on the 26 October 1984... read more

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