Of all the South African States Natal is the smallest ; and if we reckon it as one ,
the Orange Free State will be three and a half , the Transvaal will be nearly seven
, and the Colony fifteen . The Transvaal , containing an of 125,000 square miles ...
ad . outside the British Commonwealth , and there is an alarming number of South Africans who are pro - anything , as long as it is anti - British . Malan has
but to capitalize these two strongest appeals to the South African temperament .
Author: Alan Ryan
Publisher: Harvest Books
An anthology of travel writing about South Africa offers accounts dating from 1850 to the present, and includes writings by G.H. Mason, Mark Twain, P.J. O'Rourke, and Michael Palin
Author: Modern geographical readersPublish On: 1882
Modern geographical readers. the interior until all the South African continent ,
from Cape Frio on the west to Delagoa Bay on the east - with the single exception
of the Orange River Republic — is more or less under British authority . 2 .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on TradePublish On: 1989
A Letter From the Editor Men In February 1948 the first issue of Reader ' s Digest
was published in South Africa . Today , 40 years later , the magazine has one of
the largest circulations in the country . You , our readers , number nearly two ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Trade
The west coast lacks fresh water , the east coast wants harbours , and the south
coast is rocky and subject to strong gales and violent storms . LESSON 53 . -
SURFACE . 1 . The South African colonies occupy an area about five times as
Among other things, the volume provides an excellent sense of the varying ideologies and approaches that determine the relationship between author and subject.
Author: Christine Lucia
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
The present Reader is a selection of texts on South African music which are chosen not only for their importance or the frequency of citations, but with the express purpose of providing the reader with a deep understanding of the music itself. Consequently, there are readings that are chosen because they have been influential, but there are also many which, though published, have not enjoyed very wide circulation. There are those which are of obvious historic interest, and others which speak to contemporary issues. Among other things, the volume provides an excellent sense of the varying ideologies and approaches that determine the relationship between author and subject. The reader is indispensable to scholars and enthusiasts of South African music and it is of great interest to ethnomusicologists more generally. It is also an excellent resource for those who do not have immediate access to harder-to-find articles, and is perhaps most vital to those who are looking to find a way into the world of South African music.
Matter, Knowledge, and Place in South African Drug Discovery Anne Pollock. 31.
32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. ... South Africa Reader:
History, Culture, Politics, ed. Clifton Crais and Thomas V. McClendon (Durham,
Author: Anne Pollock
Synthesizing Hope opens up the material and social world of pharmaceuticals by focusing on an unexpected place: iThemba Pharmaceuticals. Founded in 2009 with a name taken from the Zulu word for hope, the small South African startup with an elite international scientific board was tasked with drug discovery for tuberculosis, HIV, and malaria. Anne Pollock uses this company as an entry point for exploring how the location of scientific knowledge production matters, not only for the raw materials, manufacture, licensing, and distribution of pharmaceuticals but also for the making of basic scientific knowledge. Consideration of this case exposes the limitations of global health frameworks that implicitly posit rich countries as the only sites of knowledge production. Analysis of iThemba identifies the problems inherent in global north/south divides at the same time as it highlights what is at stake in who makes knowledge and where. It also provides a concrete example for consideration of the contexts and practices of postcolonial science, its constraints, and its promise. Synthesizing Hope explores the many legacies that create conditions of possibility for South African drug discovery, especially the specific form of settler colonialism characterized by apartheid and resource extraction. Paying attention to the infrastructures and laboratory processes of drug discovery underscores the materiality of pharmaceuticals from the perspective of their makers, and tracing the intellectual and material infrastructures of South African drug discovery contributes new insights about larger social, political, and economic orders.
This novel will annoy some, please others. All I ask is that the reader recognizes this is how a young Englishman might have viewed the South Africa I grew up in.
Author: Neal Collins
The greatest football tournament on earth will take place in Africa for the first time next year, with the World Cup kicking off in Johannesburg on June 11. A GAME APART tries to explain just how miraculous that simple fact is. Based largely on what I witnessed myself as a student, footballer and sports journalist, this is an honest - but fictional - account of what it was like to play football in South Africa before democracy came rolling in with Nelson Mandela in 1993. There was trouble on the pitch, trouble on the streets, trouble on the beaches. Apartheid and trouble went hand in hand. A lot of the publicity surrounding the upcoming World Cup has been negative, with the focus on crime and corruption. My perception is very different. I believe the country has changed massively for the better in 16 short years. I've waited all that time to let my memories loose, and the World Cup seems an appropriate time to write a novel that, I hope, will help people to remember exactly what the Rainbow Nation has been through. This novel will annoy some, please others. All I ask is that the reader recognizes this is how a young Englishman might have viewed the South Africa I grew up in. A strange but beautiful country riven by cruelty and mistrust and headed for a bloody revolution... until the release of Mandela in 1990. For those who visit the country, for those who view it on a television screen, for those who read about it in the newspapers, I hope to offer some perspective. Apartheid should never be forgotten. Otherwise somebody will repeat the process. And that must never be allowed to happen.
Herman Toivo Ja Toivo was born in Ovamboland in the northern province of
Southwest Africa. He was educated in a mission school and after having served
with the South African army during World War II, worked in gold and manganese
Author: Wilfred Cartey
African reaction and adaptation to colonial rule, the emergence of the masses to political and social importance, and the formation of national institutions are the broad topics appraised by modern African, U.S., and European governmental leaders, anthropologists, historians, colonial servants, and others.
Uncovering the book and library schemes that elites used to regulate reading, Dick exposes incidences of intellectual fraud, book theft, censorship, and book burning.
Author: Archie L. Dick
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The Hidden History of South Africa's Book and Reading Cultures shows how the common practice of reading can illuminate the social and political history of a culture. This ground-breaking study reveals resistance strategies in the reading and writing practices of South Africans; strategies that have been hidden until now for political reasons relating to the country's liberation struggles. By looking to records from a slave lodge, women's associations, army education units, universities, courts, libraries, prison departments, and political groups, Archie Dick exposes the key works of fiction and non-fiction, magazines, and newspapers that were read and discussed by political activists and prisoners. Uncovering the book and library schemes that elites used to regulate reading, Dick exposes incidences of intellectual fraud, book theft, censorship, and book burning. Through this innovative methodology, Dick aptly shows how South African readers used reading and books to resist unjust regimes and build community across South Africa's class and racial barriers.
At Cape Town there are also two critical weeklies , The South African Review and
The Cape . ... The average South African is : an omnivorous reader of “ mail ”
papers , against which , in respect of literary quality and price , it is impossible for
Modern geographers mark Cape Agulhas , at the southern end of Africa , as the
actual meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic oceans . This is pure convenience
. There is no difference in water on either side of the imaginary line drawn due ...
Author: Thomas Victor Bulpin
Publisher: Reader's Digest Association
Category: Africa, Southern
Written by renowned storyteller and respected natural historian, the late Thomas Bulpin, this coffee-table book brings this extraordinary region of Southern Africa to vivid life.
... in 1901, recalled reading the poem as a schoolboy in a “geographical text
book,” where it was appended as a guide to “the scenery and zoology of the
Cape regions.” He praises the poem for rendering “into literary English the South African ...
Author: Matthew Shum
Category: Biography & Autobiography
'Improvisations of Empire' offers a historical, biographical and literary study of the life and writings of Thomas Pringle (1789-1834), the son of a Lowland tenant farmer in Scotland. It examines his Scottish journalistic and literary career, his emigration to the Cape Colony as the head of a party of Scottish settlers and his subsequent relocation to London where he gained prominence as the secretary of the Anti-Slavery Society and the editor of a popular annual, 'Friendship's Offering'. The central concern of the book is with Pringle's poetry and his affiliated prose, and how these writings reflect the negotiation of his deeply conflicted colonial experience from the perspectives of his Scottish background, his shifting colonial locations and his subsequent period of residence in London.
HISTORY . Macmillan's South African History Readers . Book I. , 1s . Book II . , Is .
1d . Book III . , Is . 6d . Macmillan's History Readers . Book I. , Simple Stories from
English History . 9d . Book II . , Simple Stories from English History . 10d .
Critique South Africa: a self-portrait Porterfolio David Porter takes a backward
look at the last ... It gives the reader the opportunity of hearing what South Africans feel inclined to say about each other and themselves with a touch more
Monthly current affairs magazine from a Christian perspective with a focus on politics, society, economics and culture.
London Trade Center will host fifth show South Africa has of data processing
equipment in four years busy fair program ... Re South Africa's exhibitions , write
directly ers ; batch reader systems ; character dis ports from the January and
Edinburgh and London . pp.489 , 180 figs . Price £ 5.5s . BIOLOGY LIBRARY UN
EVERY DAY you see more than one ... For the South African reader the chapter
on wool production and fur quality is rather sketchy because not even the term ...