The Role of the Soviet Union Cuba and East Germany in Fomenting Terrorism in Southern Africa

5.50 ( continued from front flap ) AN AFRICAN EXPLAINS APARTHEID in plain but dignisicd language , revealing a humanc man committed to the principles of By JORDAN K. NGUBANE the frec moral life . AN AFRICAN EXPLAINS APARTHEID is a A ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism

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Apartheid on a Black Isle

www.iss.co.za/pubs/Books/OurselvesToKnow/Ngculu2.pdf, Ngubane, Jordan K. An African Explains Apartheid. London: Pall Mall, 1963. Odendaal, Andre.VukaniBantu!TheBeginningsofBlackProtestPolitics in SouthAfrica to1912.

Author: D. Curry

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137023104

Category: History

Page: 180

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In this single square mile hemmed in by White areas, residents engaged in what is arguably the most multi-faceted, inventive, and versatile strategy of resistance during the 1970s. Apartheid on a Black Isle brings to the fore the definitive but underappreciated role that Alexandra played in advancing human rights. Using their manufactured space, Alexandrans revolutionized the South African freedom struggle by fertilizing the underground movement, by joining in solidarity with Soweto during the student uprising and by finding unique ways to grieve. This book explores and introduces ordinary Alexandrans whose narratives challenged preconceived notions of resistance, identity, gender and space.

Apartheid

Promoters of apartheid traded on fear, of domination or of the imagined consequences of racial mixing. ... Giliomee and Bernard Mbenga note in their New History of South Africa – was Jordan Ngubane's book, An African Explains Apartheid, ...

Author: Michael Morris

Publisher: Jonathan Ball Publishers

ISBN: 1920289623

Category: Political Science

Page: 192

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The one thing that looms largest in South Africa’s future is South Africa’s past – most especially the nearly five decades of division and conflict at the heart of one of the twentieth century’s most infamous social experiments. Apartheid, An Illustrated History is a portrait of the defining experience of modern South Africa’s transition from colonial state to democracy. What began in May 1948 as a vague, grimly ambitious project to interrupt history and engineer white supremacy at the expense of the country’s black majority spawned forty-six years of repressive authoritarianism and bitter resistance which claimed the lives of thousands and pushed the country to the brink of civil conflict. A provocative postscript examines apartheid’s stubborn afterlife in the years since 1994, suggesting that the optimism and democratic vitality of the constitutional state hinge on South Africans avoiding simplistic views of the past that might lend themselves to demagoguery. For all its catastrophic and lingering effects, the book concludes, apartheid was disarmed, ultimately, by the society’s much longer history of inseparability.

Human Rights and World Public Order

Apartheid is a comprehensive and systematic pattern of racial discrimination, ... 1965); A. MATHEws, LAw, ORDER AND LIBERTY IN SOUTH AFRICA (1972); J. NGUBANE, AN AFRICAN EXPLAINS APARTHEID (1963); SouTHERN AFRICAIN PERSPECTIVE (C.

Author: Myres S. McDougal

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190882654

Category: Law

Page: 800

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In 1980, Professors McDougal, Lasswell, and Chen published the original edition of Human Rights and World Public Order to present a "comprehensive framework of inquiry" from which to approach international human rights law, and international law, and inadequacies therein in the discourse of that time by combining theme, structure, method, and process. As a classic text of the New Haven School of International Law, this book explores human rights and international law in the broadest sense, taking into account social sciences research while embracing all values secured, or consequently fulfilled, or needed to thus be achieved. The book endured as a lasting contribution that reframed human rights within the New Haven School tradition, and as a magnificent work of scholarship freed from the confines of positivism and the static concerns of any one political or historical period. Co-author Lung-chu Chen spearheaded the re-issuance of this venerable title, complete with a contemporary, fresh Introduction to unveil this work to a new generation of scholars, students, and practitioners of international law and human rights. This Introduction surveys the major developments in human rights since 1980, including many doctrines and concepts that have emerged since. It covers contemporary events to provide today's readers with the opportunity to contextualize the chapters and to apply the book's framework to future endeavors.

Black Political Thought in the Making of South African Democracy

Jordan Ngubane , An African Explains Apartheid ( New York : Frederick A. Praeger , 1963 ) , p . 73 . 7. Saul Dubow , Racial Segregation and the Origins of Apartheid in South Africa , 1919–36 ( New York : St. Martins Press ...

Author: C. R. D. Halisi

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253335890

Category: History

Page: 198

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Halisi's analysis has practical implications for the development of political identity in the new South Africa.

Ambiguous Restructurings of Post apartheid Cape Town

Blank – Architecture , apartheid and after . ... Paper presented to Africa Seminar , Centre for African Studies , University of Cape Town . ... An African Explains Apartheid Pall Mall Press , London and Dunmow .

Author: Christoph Haferburg

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783825866990

Category: Political Science

Page: 188

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What will tomorrow's Cape Town look like? This volume reflects on the urban development and restructuring efforts made in Cape Town in the past few years, with a focus on the question: Is the "apartheid city" reproducing itself? Christoph Haferburg is a researcher at the University of Hamburg, Germany. Jrgen O?enbrgge is professor of economic and political geography at the University of Hamburg, Germany.

Africa After Independence

words that proved to be prophetic, articulated in his book An African Explains Apartheid the underlying philosophy of the African leaders who met in Bloemfontein in 1912 which led to the triumph of African nationalism almost exactly 82 ...

Author: Godfrey Mwakikagile

Publisher: New Africa Press

ISBN: 0620355409

Category: History

Page: 232

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This work focuses on the early years of independence and the problems African countries faced soon after the end of colonial rule. Many of those problems still exist today. They include poverty and underdevelopment; adoption of alien ideologies and economic and political systems; structural flaws of the modern African state and its institutions inherited at independence; nation-building, democratization, national integration, and ethnoregional rivalries among others. It is also a historical study of the continent since the partition of Africa by the imperial powers and of the struggle for independence. It also focuses on the continent's demographic composition, shedding some light on the complexity and diversity of the world's second largest continent. The history of Africa's indigenous peoples and their earliest contact with foreigners provides a background to this telescopic survey. The sixties was one of the most important decades in the history of Africa and this work provides a balanced perspective on those years when Africans celebrated the end of colonial rule on their continent. It is a compact study covering a vast expanse of territory from the advent of imperial rule to the attainment of sovereign status for African countries during the sixties and the problems they faced in those years. As a demographic portrait, it excels in depicting the continent as a tapestry that reflects the racial diversity and multiethnic composition of this vast land mass, the second largest after Asia. And as a historical and political analysis, it addresses some of the most important issues in the post-colonial era including the Cold War, with the Congo figuring prominently in the analysis as thefirst theatre of combat and super-power rivalry in the early sixties on the African continent. The dawn of freedom provided opportunities and challenges for the young African nations as they tried to modernize and consolidate their independence in a world dominated by major powers and contending ideologies. It was a rude awakening to the harsh realities of nationhood. One of these was the desire by the major powers to turn African countries into client states as the two ideological camps, East and West, competed for world domination. As Julius Nyerere warned, "We are not going to allow our friends to choose our enemies for us." One of the most contentious grounds for this hegemonic control was, of course, the Congo, right in the middle of the continent. It became the bleeding heart of Africa as the country was turned into a combat theatre mainly between the surrogate forces of the West and the Congolese nationalist forces supported by a number of African countries and by the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China. The Congo imbroglio since the turbulent sixties mainly as a result of foreign intrigue and intervention is one of the most important subjects addressed in this book. And it raises serious questions that have profound implications even today for a continent mired in conflict; this time ignited by the Africans themselves in many - but not in all - cases. Yet, prospects for the world's poorest and most embattled continent are not bleak if Africans seek their own solutions to their own problems in this post-Cold War era of globalization dominated by the industrialized nations. The book includes many photos from the early sixties, the dawn of a new era when Africancountries won independence, which Oginga Odinga described as "Not Yet Uhuru."

South Africa as a Multi Ethnic Society

(Jordan Ngubane, An African Explains Apartheid, quoted by Godfrey Mwakikagile, Africa and The West, Huntington, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2000, pp. 20 21; 21 – 22, from Jordan Ngubane, An African Explains Apartheid, ...

Author: Godfrey Mwakikagile

Publisher: Continental Press

ISBN: 9987932231

Category: History

Page: 252

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The author looks at South Africa as a society whose multiple ethnic identities collectively constitute what is probably the most dynamic and most productive country on the continent. The country's ethnic diversity is a source of strength. It also poses challenges, although South Africa has not fractured along ethnic lines as some countries have. The work is also a telescopic survey of the country's history, geography and cultural landscape, providing a comprehensive picture of this vibrant nation whose population includes immigrants from other parts of the continent who have flocked into South Africa in large number since the end of apartheid. Their presence in "the rainbow nation" has also been a source of tension between the immigrants and black South Africans, especially in the poverty-stricken townships across the country. The immigrants have also contributed to the nation's ethnic and cultural diversity which is one of the prominent features of the South African society. The book may serve members of the general public who are learning about South Africa for the first time. It may also be helpful to students including those going to South Africa. Those who specialise in South Africa may also find this work to be useful.

South Africa and Its People

(Jordan Ngubane, An African Explains Apartheid, quoted by Godfrey Mwakikagile, Africa and The West, Huntington, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2000, pp. 20 21; 21 – 22, from Jordan Ngubane, An African Explains Apartheid, ...

Author: Godfrey Mwakikagile

Publisher: New Africa Press

ISBN: 0981425836

Category: History

Page: 416

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This work looks at South Africa and its people including all the racial and ethnic groups in all the provinces and their different cultures. It's also a general historical background of South Africa since the founding of the country. Also the country's natural resources in every province is one of the subjects covered in the book. African immigrants in South Africa, a relatively new group in the country especially since the end of apartheid, is another subject addressed by the author. And there's much more that's covered in this work.

Fact Fiction faction

The Africans are clay of a different kind ; they are black , they own the land , are in the majority and are ... It would almost seem as if Ngubane decided to write another book like his An African Explains Apartheid , a study in which ...

Author: Horst Zander

Publisher: Gunter Narr Verlag

ISBN: 9783823346593

Category: Blacks

Page: 550

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Botswana

And we all appreciated the importance of ubundu, which South Africans call ubuntu, in our lives and in the ... As one South African writer, Jordan Ngubane, stated in his book An African Explains Apartheid: “Anthropologists whose ...

Author: Godfrey Mwakikagile

Publisher: Continental Press

ISBN: 9987932290

Category: History

Page: 158

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This work is a general introduction to Botswana. It's also a study of Botswana's national identity and how the country has been able to forge unity, and maintain peace and stability since independence. The author also looks at the country's ethnic identities as well as geography and history. Botswana's ethnic diversity is not as complex as Nigeria's, for example. But the country still faces some challenges because its ethnic diversity in spite of the fact that the vast majority of the people belong to one ethnic group, the Tswana. In fact, Botswana faces some of these problems precisely because of that - one ethnic group is dominant in the country. People who are learning about Botswana for the first time will find this work to be useful.

Botswana Since Independence

And we all appreciated the importance of ubundu, which South Africans call ubuntu, in our lives and in the ... As one South African writer, Jordan Ngubane, stated in his book An African Explains Apartheid: “Anthropologists whose ...

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Dreaming of Freedom in South Africa

critiques of liberalism in South Africa are analysed in subsequent 185. ... Many of Ngubane's concerns in An African Explains Apartheid, most notably his anti-Communism, were echoed a decade later in R. W. Johnson's How Long Will South ...

Author: Johnson David Johnson

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 1474430244

Category: Apartheid in literature

Page: 232

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Assembles for the first time the many different texts imagining the future after the end of apartheidExplores the history of how the future in South Africa after the end of apartheid was imagined Provides the first literary-cultural history of South African speculative fictionStudies the literary-political cultures of the five major traditions of South African anti-colonial/ anti-segregationist/ anti-apartheid thoughtFocusing on well-known and obscure literary texts from the 1880s to the 1970s, as well as the many manifestos and programmes setting out visions of the future, this book charts the dreams of freedom of five major traditions of anti-colonial and anti-apartheid resistance: the African National Congress, the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union, the Communist Party of South Africa, the Non-European Unity Movement and the Pan-Africanist Congress. More than an exercise in historical excavation, Dreaming of Freedom in South Africa raises challenging questions for the post-apartheid present.

Ethnonationalism in the Contemporary World

Marx , A. 1997. Apartheid's End : South Africa's Transition from Racial Domination ' . Ethnic and Racial Studies . 20 ( 3 ) July : 474_496 . Ngubane , J. 1963. An African Explains Apartheid . New York : Praeger . Nolutshungu , S. 1982.

Author: Daniele Conversi

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415332736

Category: Political Science

Page: 302

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Essential reading for anyone interested in problems associated with ethnicity and nationalism - it offers a guide to understanding the ethnonational forces that underpin much of recent terrorist activity.

Africa in The Sixties

Jordan Ngubane, a South African journalist and writer, stated in his book, An African Explains Apartheid, how Nkrumah supported the new rival group. Ngubane knew all the main leaders of the ANC, including the first president of the ANC, ...

Author: Godfrey Mwakikagile

Publisher: New Africa Press

ISBN: 9987160344

Category: Social Science

Page: 378

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This is a general survey of Africa in the sixties. The work focuses on the major events which took place across the continent during those years. It was the euphoric sixties, a period when Africans celebrated the end of colonial rule. Most of the countries on the continent won independence in the sixties. But they were also turbulent years marked by conflict. Some of the most tragic events during those years include the Congo crisis – the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the secession of Katanga province, civil unrest across the country and intervention by external forces which turned Congo into the bleeding heart of Africa. Another tragedy was the Nigerian civil war. There was also the Zanzibar revolution. The sixties were also a decade of military coups, and much more. Its complementary volume, Remembering the Sixties: An African Experience, addresses other subjects on some of the major events which took place during those years. The sixties stand out as some of the most important years in the history of post-colonial Africa. It is a decade that will never be forgotten, especially by those, including the author, who were there during those days.

Political Science 1963

1876 Neame , L. E. The history of apartheid ; the story of the colour war in South Africa . New York , London House and Maxwell , 63 , 200 p . 1877 NGUBANE , J. K. An African explains apartheid . New York , Praeger , 63 , 243 p .

Author: Europa

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780422801409

Category: Reference

Page: 344

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First published in 1965. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Intellectual History in Contemporary South Africa

An African Explains Apartheid. Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 1963. Nyembezi, C. L. S. Zulu Proverbs. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 1974. Peires, J B. “'Soft' Believers and 'Hard' Unbelievers in the Xhosa Cattle-Killing.

Author: M. Eze

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230109691

Category: History

Page: 220

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In examining the intellectual history in contemporary South Africa, Eze engages with the emergence of ubuntu as one discourse that has become a mirror and aftermath of South Africa s overall historical narrative. This book interrogates a triple socio-political representation of ubuntu as a displacement narrative for South Africa s colonial consciousness; as offering a new national imaginary through its inclusive consciousness, in which different, competing, and often antagonistic memories and histories are accommodated; and as offering a historicity in which the past is transformed as a symbol of hope for the present and the future. This book offers a model for African intellectual history indignant to polemics but constitutive of creative historicism and healthy humanism.

The Cambridge History of Africa

Jones , D. Aid and development in southern Africa . London , 1977 . ... Khaketla , B. M. Lesotho 1970 : an African coup under the microscope . London , 1971 . ... Ngubane , J. K. An African explains apartheid . London , 1963 .

Author: J. D. Fage

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521224093

Category: History

Page: 1030

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Specialists in various aspects of African history and civilization contribute to an integrated portrait of internal and foreign influences on the course of Africa's development