The Transcription Centre: An Inventory of Its Records at.
In 1960, ANC leader, Frene Ginwala, proceeded to Tanzania where she established an office in Dar es Salaam with ANC President Oliver Tambo and Yusuf Dadoo. MK cadets were trained by the Tanzanian People’s Defence Force (TPDF), and some also made their way to Eastern Europe and Russia for further training. A school was opened for South African children near the Tanzania town of Morogoro.
A Scholarship aimed at girls entering High School would therefore not conflict with these which are aimed at University level. Trustees. The three founding trustees bring a wealth of educational, managerial and strategic expertise to their task. Isabel Hofmeyr, also a Jeppe past pupil, is Professor of African Literature at the University of the Witwatersrand and is an internationally-renowned.
CHARLOTTE MAXEKE AND THE STRUGGLE FOR LIBERATRION IN SOUTH AFRICA THOZAMA APRIL A study of the intellectual contribution of Charlotte Maxeke, a major symbolic figure in the history of the liberation struggle in South Africa, opens a disturbing fissure in debates about women in History and African scholarship.1 Maxeke is known in South African history as a “mother of the liberation struggle.
Over the dozen years of its active existence under Duerden’s management, the Transcription Centre enjoyed the services of a remarkable array of writers and scholars, including Frene Ginwala, Alex La Guma, John Nagenda, Lewis Nkosi, Donatus Nwoga, Cosmo Pieterse, Richard Rive, Andrew Salkey, and Robert Serumaga.
The Centre for Human Rights coordinates a project aimed at promoting disability rights awareness, education and scholarship in Southern Africa. As part of this project, the Centre for Human Rights of the University of Pretoria hosted the Disability Rights and Law Schools Project in Southern Africa Partner’s meeting between 8 - 10 April 2015. In addition to the CHR, the meeting brought.
The scholarship was awarded to students ranked in the top 10 in the province from the. women who enrolled at UKZN as new undergraduate students across various disciplines were the first to receive the Frene Ginwala Prestige Equity Entrant Scholarship named after the former Speaker of Parliament and UKZN’s first Chancellor. Computer whizz, Mr Ross Lagerwall was deemed to be the best.
Bachelor of Medicine student, Ms Anele Mkhize, was the highest achiever among the 23 recipients of the Frene Ginwala Scholarship, which is awarded to the top black African female undergraduate entrants into the University across all disciplines. Ginwala urged students to take advantage of the doors that have been opened to them, and live up to the values of the liberation movement.
White privilege (or white skin privilege) is the societal privilege that benefits white people over non-white people in some societies, particularly if they are otherwise under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. With roots in European colonialism, the Atlantic slave trade, and the growth of the Second British Empire after 1783, white privilege has developed in circumstances.
Frene Ginwala received a telephone message from the Commissioner at Mbeya. Shortly afterwards, on 21 J anuary, Mandela arrived at Ginwala ’ s office. See Callinicos, L., Oliver Tambo Be yond.
Fields such as history and cultural studies are primarily responsible for the formative scholarship of critical whiteness studies.. Frene Ginwala suggested that there was a general refusal to acknowledge the oppression of black women in the country, by the white women who, according to Ginwala, had enjoyed the white privilege of apartheid. (86) Research conducted by the Journal of Southern.
Indian activists under the apartheid state included Frene Ginwala, Monty Naicker, Dr K Goonam, Ahmed Timol, Lenny Naidu, Y usuf Dadoo, Ahmed Kathrada and Professor Fatima Meer, all of whom spent.
South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa (RSA), is the southernmost country in Africa. 10000 relations.
Includes essays by Frene Ginwala, Sydney Mufamadi, Vusi Gumede, Trevor Manuel, Albie Sachs, Pregs Govender, and Imraan Patel. THE ROLE OF INTELLECTUALS IN THE STATE-SOCIETY NEXUS, 136pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2016. R250 In 2015 the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA), in partnership with the Liliesleaf Trust, hosted a roundtable on the role of.
Scholarship, including books and essays, on Western-based writers such as Bharati Mukherjee, Amitav Ghosh, V. S. Naipaul, Salman Rushdie, and Hanif Kureishi abounds.19 Books studying literary production in these diasporas have also been recently published.20 Yet no book-length studies of the South African Indian diaspora--either of individual writers or of the literature in its totality--exist.
Two essays by Lionel Forman, n.d. D184.108.40.206: March to Freedom: D220.127.116.11: Black and White in S.A. History, with an introduction by Ray Alexander: D2.2: How to master secret work, by Ronnie Kasrils, n.d. Publications relating to secret methods of work as part of the Umsebenzi Study Series, issued by the South African Communist Party. Also included: Briefing on personal security, safety and.
And this is what we put in, we thought we were drawing a charter, we put it into the Women’s Charter it was chaired by Frene Ginwala, our Speaker. I don’t think that whole initiative would have succeeded if it wasn’t for strong chairing by Frene. Once again, I learnt many lessons; a teenager would chair one day; a woman in a wheelchair would chair the next day. So it was not dominated by.