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Title:'Let's talk about Bantustans'
Editors:Ally, ShireenISNI
Lissoni, AriannaISNI
Year:2012
Periodical:South African Historical Journal (ISSN 0258-2473)
Volume:64
Issue:1
Pages:1-157
Language:English
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:bantustans
history
health care
witchcraft
radio
political songs
ethnicity
chieftaincy
decolonization
conference papers (form)
2011
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rshj20/64/1
Abstract:This special issue of the South African Historical Journal contains a selection of papers on South Africa's bantustans presented at a conference held at Hofmeyr House at the University of Witwatersrand on 15-17 April 2011. Contributions: 'Lets talk about bantustans' by Shireen Ally and Arianna Lissoni; Beyond 'homelands': some ideas about the history of African rural areas in South Africa, by William Beinart; The renewal of community health under the KwaZulu 'homeland' government, by Elizabeth Hull; Witchcraft and the South African bantustans: evidence from Bushbuckridge, by Isak Niehaus; Ethnic separatism or cultural preservation? Ndebele Radio under apartheid, 1983-1994, by Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi; Rural reggae: the politics of performance in the former 'homeland' of Venda, by Fraser G.McNeill; Bophuthatswana and the North-West Province: from Pan-Tswanaism to mineral-based ethnic assertiveness, by Andrew Manson and Bernard Mbenga; South Africa's bantustans and the dynamics of 'decolonisation': reflections on writing histories of the homelands, by Laura Evans. Memoirs: Autobiography of an underground political activist, by Vha-Musanda Vho-Shandukani Mudzunga (Manapule); KaNgwane: a life in and beyond, by Mabhuza Simeon Ginindza; Bophuthatswana and the North-West Province: the role of the joint administrators, by Tebogo Job Mokgoro. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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