Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
Dans la meme rubrique

Document(s)
⋄ ‘Your Obedient Servant or Your Friend’ : Forms of Address in Letters Among British Administrators and Batswana Chiefs
⋄ Curfew and the ‘Man in the Middle’ in Zimbabwe’s War of Liberation with Special Reference to the Eastern Areas of Zimbabwe, 1977-1980
⋄ Wilgespruit Fellowship Centre : Part of Our Struggle for Freedom
⋄ Negotiating Nationalism : Women’s Narratives of Forced Displacement
⋄ From Apartheid Social Stratification to Democratic Social Divisions : Examining the Contradictory Notions of Social Transformation between Indian and Black South Africans
⋄ Race and Democracy in South Africa
⋄ The 1987 Zimbabwe National Unity Accord and its Aftermath : A Case of Peace without Reconciliation ?
⋄ Legacies and Meanings of the United Democratic Front (UDF) Period for Contemporary South Africa
⋄ Problems and Prospects of Democratic Renewal in Southern Africa : A Study of Statecraft and Democratisation in South Africa, 1994-2003
⋄ Swaziland and South Africa Since 1994 : Reflections on Aspects of Post-Liberation Swazi Historiography
⋄ Southern Africa – Continuities and Disjunctures in the Discourse and Practices
⋄ Prelim


From National Liberation to Democratic Renaissance in Southern Africa

From National Liberation to Democratic Renaissance in Southern Africa. Cheryl Hendricks and Lwazi Lushaba. Dakar, CODESRIA, 2005, 212 p., ISBN 2-86978-162-8

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Prelim (Contributors - Preface)

Prelim

Introduction

Southern Africa – Continuities and Disjunctures in the Discourse and Practices
Cheryl Hendricks and Lwazi Lushaba (1-22)

Chapter 1

Swaziland and South Africa Since 1994 : Reflections on Aspects of Post-Liberation Swazi Historiography
Balem Nyeko (23-37)

Chapter 2

Problems and Prospects of Democratic Renewal in Southern Africa : A Study of Statecraft and Democratisation in South Africa, 1994-2003
Adekunle Amuwo (38-58)

Chapter 3

Legacies and Meanings of the United Democratic Front (UDF) Period for Contemporary South Africa
Raymond Suttner (59-81)

Chapter 4

The 1987 Zimbabwe National Unity Accord and its Aftermath : A Case of Peace without Reconciliation ?
Terence M. Mashingaidze (82-92)

Chapter 5

Race and Democracy in South Africa
Cheryl Hendricks (93-110)

Chapter 6

From Apartheid Social Stratification to Democratic Social Divisions : Examining the Contradictory Notions of Social Transformation between Indian and Black South Africans
Lwazi Siyabonga Lushaba (111-139)

Chapter 7

Negotiating Nationalism : Women’s Narratives of Forced Displacement
Ingrid Palmary (140-151)

Chapter 8

Wilgespruit Fellowship Centre : Part of Our Struggle for Freedom
Monique Vanek (152-170)

Chapter 9

Curfew and the ‘Man in the Middle’ in Zimbabwe’s War of Liberation with Special Reference to the Eastern Areas of Zimbabwe, 1977-1980
Munyaradzi Mushonga (171-190)

Chapter 10

‘Your Obedient Servant or Your Friend’ : Forms of Address in Letters Among British Administrators and Batswana Chiefs
Mompoloki Bagwasi (191-204)
juin 15 2005



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