Ten years of democracy in South Africa is celebrated with a range of books: Imagined South Africa. This series chronicles the multiple ways in which South Africans of all colours and ideological persuasions have been responding, either critically or creatively, to the numerous contradictions in ten years of democracy. Co-published with UNISA Press, Pretoria.
Imagined South Africa
This book offers an innovative analysis of a youth TV programme through the world of the producers, the text itself and the way audiences read texts, giving readers a unique tool for a more nuanced reading of African popular culture. This timely comment on culture simultaneously theorises the ...
Edited by Wessel le Roux and Karin van Marle
Symptomatic of an emergent shift away from prescriptive and deterministic accounts of change in South Africa, Predicaments of culture in South Africa posits an open-ended and speculative approach to the question and agency of culture. The key question, posed by Justice Albie Sachs of the ...
As a political sociology of whites in the last years of apartheid in South Africa, this book provides an analysis of the social origins and social context of political attitudes among a sample of middle-class, English-speaking whites in selected suburbs in the city of Johannesburg, Gauteng ...
Until now there has been no single text that brings together the material that reveals the unfolding geography of Johannesburg, South Africa. This books describes the history of the city from its days as a mining camp to its position of premier metropolis in Africa.
Edited by Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela and Zine Magubane
Edited by Andries Oliphant, Peter Delius and Lalou Meltzer
This book is a catalogue and a reader. It is the companion to the exhibition "Democracy X' held in Cape Town 2004. It also explores a range of historical, cultural and political matters around the 10th anniversary of the new democratic South-Africa.
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