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Fanon's perspective on intercultural communication in postcolonial South Africa
(Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2014)
This article develops a Fanonian perspective to understand intercultural communication in postcolonial South Africa. Apartheid’s demise is communicated as a moral victory over evil and South African whites are persuaded ...
Mediation by means of isolation: resistance against the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa (DRC) during the 1980s
(Faculty of Humanities, University of the Free State, 2013)
The isolation of South Africa on international terrain, especially during the 1980s, contributed to a large extent to the unfeasibility of the policy of apartheid. According to the theologian, Dr Allan Boesak, the role ...
A view from Cuba: internationalists against apartheid
(Faculty of Humanities, University of the Free State, 2009)
Abstract not available
American press reportage on PW Botha's attempts at reforming apartheid, 1978-1989, with specific reference to the New York Times, Newsweek and Africa Report
(Faculty of the Humanities, University of the Free State, 2011)
Prime Minister PW Botha took over power from BJ Vorster in the midst of a strenuous period in the history of South Africa. The country was criticized internally and externally for its apartheid policy. In response to the ...
Die Suid-Afrikaanse Kapelaansdiens (SAKD) en staatsbeleid tydens die Grensoorlog, 1966-1989
(Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2011)
During the Border War (1966-1989), also known as the Bush War or the Namibian War of Independence, the accusation was made that chaplains serving in the South African Chaplaincy Service (SACHS) endorsed and propagated the ...
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 ...