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To the Brink: The State of Democracy in South Africa
Xolela Mangcu is well known for the incisive social commentary that characterises his regular newspaper columns. In "To the Brink", Mangcu turns his focus to the state of South Africa's evolvingExpand
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Liberating race from Apartheid
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Shattering the Myth of a Post-Racial Consensus in South African Higher Education: "Rhodes Must Fall" and the Struggle for Transformation at the University of Cape Town
This article argues that the University of Cape Town's decision to downgrade the relevance of race in student admissions set off a series of events and discourses that culminated in the "Rhodes MustExpand
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African Modernity and the Struggle for People's Power: From Protest and Mobilization to Community Organizing
Copyright © 2012 The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA Populism has been a controversial term in South African public discourse in recent years precisely because it has been used asExpand
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Rethinking Africa's Political Economy: An institutionalist perspective on South Africa
Xolela Mangcu argues that what distinguishes South Africa from many other African countries is the strength of its institutions. Over the past 18 years South Africa has been able to make peaceful andExpand
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Biko: A Life
Foreword by Nelson Mandela Preface 1.In My Mind's Eye 2.Steve Biko in the Intellectual History of the Eastern Cape: An African Elite and European Modernity 3.Formative Years in Ginsberg Location,Expand
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