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Traditional Leadership and Independent Bantustans of South Africa: Some Milestones of Transformative Constitutionalism beyond Apartheid
The institution of traditional leadership represents the early form of societal organisation. It embodies the preservation of culture, traditions, customs and values. This paper gives a brief exposition of the impact that ...
Mandela and the last Afrikaner leaders: A shift in power relations
(School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2015)
The stability of the apartheid system and the Afrikaners’ monopoly of power have been the subject of exhaustive scholarly analyses; by contrast, there have been few in-depth analyses of the unexpected transfer of power ...
High apartheid and the erosion of “official” local politics in Daveyton in the 1960s.
(School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2013)
The paper discusses the apartheid state’s onslaught against the limited rights enjoyed by Africans in urban areas in the 1960s. It focuses attention on the “modern model township” of Daveyton, which was seen in the early ...