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Alternation 6,1 (1999) The Arts and the African Renaissance

ARTICLES

  • Pitika Ntuli and Johannes A. Smit, Speaking Truth to Power: A Challenge to South African Intellectuals | PDF
  • H. Debipersad, B. Rambilaas and R. Sookrajh, A Joussian Oral Engagement with the Yajna | PDF
  • S.J. Malungana, The Relevance of Xitsonga Oral Tradition | PDF
  • G.V. Mona, National Identity and Xhosa Poetry (1880 - 1900) | PDF
  • Sandile C. Ndaba, Visionary Commitment in Mazisi Kunene's Ancestors and the Sacred Mountain | PDF
  • Zola Sonkosi, Stories and Rhymes in Xhosa: A Selective Overview | PDF
  • M.C. Hoza, The African Woman in Jolobe and Mema's Poems: A Critical comparison | PDF
  • Hershini Bhana, "The Condition of the Native": Autodestruction in Dangaremba's Nervous Conditions | PDF
  • Dumisane Ngcobo, Nihilism in Black South Africa: The New South Africa and the Destruction of the Black Domestic Periphery | PDF
  • Annie Gagiano, "By What Authority?" Presentations of the Khoisan in South African English Poetry | PDF
  • W.J. Ndaba, The Challenge of African Philosophy - A Reply to Mabogo More | PDF
  • M.E.S. van den Berg, On a Communitarian Ethos, Equality and Human Rights in Africa | PDF
  • M.A. Masoga, Sacrificial Cleansing: Truth and Reconciliation | PDF

REVIEW ARTICLES

  • Rembrandt Klopper, Outcomes-Based Education: Why the Alarm Bells are Ringing, and How to Turn them Off; Jonathan Jansen and Pam Christie (eds): Changing Curriculum: Studies on Outcomes-based Education in South Africa and Helen van der Hors and Ria McDonald: OBE: Outcomes-based Education, A Teacher's Manual | PDF
  • Johannes A. Smit, Un\thinking White Mythologies; Immanuel Wallerstein: Unthinking Social Science: The Limits of Nineteenth-century Paradigms | PDF

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Daryl Balia, Religion and Politics in Africa; Jeff Haynes: Religion and Politics in Africa | PDF
  • Sanusha Naidu, Conflict in Africa: Oliver Furley (ed): Conflict in Africa | PDF
  • Richard Pithouse, Fanon: A Critical Reader: Lewis R. Gordon, T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting and Renee T. White (eds): Fanon: A Critical Reader | PDF
  • Andrew Johnson, Three Recent Poetry Collections; Alan Paton: Songs of Africa: Collected Poems; Alan James: Ferry to Robben Island; Geoffrey Hutchings: Tongue Tide | PDF

INTERVIEWS

  • Rajendra Chetty, A Community Bard: Interview with Ahmed Essop | PDF

ORAL POETRY

  • Alfred T. Qabula, Laduma/ It's Thundering | PDF

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