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Abstract Though the bantustans were economically impoverished and politically fraudulent, their leaders often claimed to be driving a “development agenda” that valorised the power of the market, and particularly the transformative potential of “entrepreneurship” for the well-being of all black...
Abstract South Africa’s social and educational historiography has rarely singled out specific bantustans for special attention; rather, it has analysed these as part of South Africa’s broader segregationist and apartheid strategy. This article shares and builds on this perspective, extending the...
Abstract In this article I explore the authority of the state (and its “infrastructural power”) in school education in the Eastern Cape bantustans during and after “homeland” rule. I focus my narrative on the period of the 1970s, when the Transkei obtained independence and the education systems...
Abstract This article explores the role of white male public officials who occupied senior positions in the Qwaqwa bantustan's public service during the rule of the Dikwankwetla Party under the leadership of Chief T. K. Mopeli, from 1975 to 1994. The core argument advanced is that the role of...
Abstract This article examines the Ciskei bantustan and processes of state formation during the transition to democracy. In the Ciskei, the rule of Brigadier Oupa Gqozo rested on the continued support of the South African state: identified as the weakest link in the National Party's conservative...
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