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This article traces the history of four words: ‘non-racial’, ‘non-racialism’, ‘multi- racial’, and ‘multi-racialism’. Its main concern is to identify when and how these terms developed a role within British colonial and South African political discourse. At the end of the 1950s, the struggles...
During the South African war at the beginning of the twentieth century, Isie Smuts, wife of Jan Smuts, was an ardent Afrikaner nationalist with strong hostility towards the British – often in contrast to her husband’s policy of reconciliation. During the Second World War however her antipathy...
Muthi, intelezi and associated rituals have played an important role in the lives of Africans for many centuries. For almost everything they do, muthi and rituals are applied, more so during times of war. Controversy around the use of intelezi, muthi, ritual killing and the role of izinyanga in,...
This article seeks to explore the origins and development of the variant branches of South African Presbyterianism, originating in Scotland in the context of mission and migration. All mission involves migration, primarily as a physical, geographical movement. But there are other forms of...
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