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In the twenty years since her death in South Africa in 1993, American Fulbright scholar Amy Biehl has been memorialised in numerous ways – by a historical marker in Gugulethu, a novel and play by Sindiwe Magona (Mother to Mother, 1998 and 2009), a documentary film on the Truth and Reconciliation...
The history of South Africa's Eastern Cape continues to attract considerable attention. Recent scholarship suggests that the Royal Engineers, as one of the executive arms of imperial colonisation, played a significant role in the colonisation and development of the eastern frontier of the Cape...
In a number of low-income countries the fisheries sector has been shown to be instrumental in meeting key development goals, specifically in combating malnutrition, but the crucial contribution of women within this sector has been largely overlooked. This is particularly true in Sierra Leone,...
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