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SADF soldiers’ silences: institutional, consensual and strategic
(University of the Free State, 2015)
This article treats silence as a collective phenomenon. Silence can be proscribed and enforced, socially conditioned and sanctioned, or voluntarily embraced. All forms were evident in the case of soldiers who served in ...
Die JV Stalin Works-kontroversie
(Faculty of Humanities, University of the Free State, 2012)
During the apartheid era in South Africa many literary and creative book publications were declared undesirable and were banned by the organs of censorship. In the interests of state security communist publications were ...
Sports isolation and the struggle against apartheid in South African sport: the sports policy of the National Party during the 1980s
(Faculty of Humanities, University of the Free State, 2013)
Under the National Party (NP) government sport had been governed by apartheid laws since 1948. Towards the end of the seventies the NP introduced the idea of sports autonomy as their policy going into the 1980s. This was ...
Vlaandere en Suid-Afrika: Die donker skaduwee van apartheid
(Faculty of Humanities, University of the Free State, 2010)
In view of their history, the Flemish people always had a greater understanding of the Afrikaner’s striving to preserve their identity. Even during the dark days of apartheid they were quite sympathetic towards the Afrikaner. ...
Reflections on the ecclesiastical interpretations of 6th April 1652 as a South African symbolic date
(Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2004)
English: This article verifies the theological interpretation of the 6th April 1652 as a South African symbolic date, which marked the beginning of the European and Christian contribution to the history of Southern Africa. ...
Tradition, modernism, and apartheid
(Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2017)
In this article it is argued that apartheid, as idea-historical phenomenon, needs to be understood against the background of a short comparison between modern and premodern thought. Apartheid was, in many respects, a ...