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Murder at Morija
History of the Black Press in South Africa 1836-1960
African Studies Seminar series. Paper presented September, 1984. Marked 'Additional Seminar paper'
Printers' and other devils: the texts of Sol T. Plaatje's 'Mhudi'
The recent discovery of a typescript-with-corrections of Sol T. Plaatje's novel, Mhudi, raises problems of both a general and specific nature, and we feel, as introducer and editor respectively ofExpand
Seme: The Founder of the ANC
Keeping the Runway Clear
Appendix: South Africa
With the Publications Control Board and the Department of Customs and Excise still the hardest-worked of the Government institutions, carrying out their unrelaxed censorship in 1969, South AfricanExpand
Appendix 2: South Africa
Perhaps the most noticeable thing about South African literature in 1977 is the relative absence of much published black literature. It does not mean, however, that there was no writing or noExpand
Response to English in Africa festschrift : address
I have a friend whose family have a saying that derives from an incident involving the heavyweight boxer Gerrie Coetzee. When he was asked, after being knocked out by a vicious right hook, whatExpand