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13 Jaar in die skadu van Dr. H. F. Verwoerd

by Barnard, Fred

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(Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1967). 8vo; original green boards; no dustwrapper; pp. 160; plates; some illustrations in text. Sunned on spine and joints; earlier owner's hand-stamp to front free endpaper and title page. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. Reminiscences of the South African prime minister remembered as the architect of Apartheid, assassinated in 1966. "Sedert die heengaan van dr. Verwoerd het ek etlike versoeke ontvang om my herinneringe te boek te stel. ... In die omstandighede het ek alleen maar gepoog om, saam met my lesers, 'n wyle te vertoef by enkele van die vele bakens wat ons ontslape volksleier langs die lang reguit pad wat hy geloop het, ingeplant het." .
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1652 and so forth

by Burman, Jose

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(Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1973) 0798103337. 4to; original blue boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 234 + (ii), incl. index; cartoon illustrations. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed to lower panel, with trace of wear to head of spine panel; edges, endpapers and outermost leaves a little foxed. Very good condition. 'Readers who have come to expect of Jose Burman entertainingly told home truths about history will not be disappointed with this volume. In this book the author has gathered humorous incidents of South African history, from Jan van Riebeeck to the Boer War. Wittily illustrated by Jackson, these little-known facets of history not only throw light on the past, but make amusing and interesting reading. Here you will meet Noah's Wildebeest, the baboon that sounded the Castle alarm, the Battalion of Illegitimates, and the horse "Cracker" that broke in recruits for the Natal Mounted Police; you will learn how Anders Sparrman made "snake-juice", of the night… Read More
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400 Leiers in Suid-Afrika oor vier eeue. Beskouinge oor vierhonderd leierfigure in Suid-Afrika sedert die Grondlegging

by Venter, E. A.

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(Potchefstroom: the author, 1980) 0620036222. Signed by the author, with date, on front free endpaper, with his hand-stamp to title page. Large 8vo; original pictorial boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 511, incl. index; liberally illustrated with portraits and other pictures. Some foxing to edges and endpapers; earlier price penned on front pastedown. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Hierdie unieke boek is 'n ensikloedie van ons volk se prestasies. Die skrywer het 'n keuse gemaak van 400 leiers op elke denkbare gebied van die volksplanting af tot op hede. Die belangrikste historiese figure, politici, nyweraars, landbouleiers, kunstenaars ensomeer, word bespreek." .
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50 People Who Stuffed Up South Africa
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50 People Who Stuffed Up South Africa

by Parker, Alexander (author), and Zapiro [Jonathan Shapiro] (illustrator)

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(Cape Town: Two Dogs, 2011) 9781920137335. 210 x 147 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 208; cartoon illustrations. Slightest curl to corners of wrappers. Very good condition. "Who are the 50 most damaging, deadly and disastrous people in South African history? Who are our greatest villains, direst leaders, foulest corrupters and most offensive personalities - be it through politics, war, sport, culture or just their general idiocy? Well, take your pick ... From Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 to Julius Malema in 2010 - via Basson, Botha, Shaka and Shaik - 50 People Who Stuffed Up South Africa is filled with the nastiest names to have besmirched our past. These are men of infamy (and three women) who have steered the good ship South Africa firmly in the wrong direction by virtue of their ruinous megalomania (Mbeki), twisted loyalty (Tshabalala-Msimang), irrepressible greed (Blatter), prime evil (De Kock) or utter incompetence (Erwin). ... Morons and militants, rogues and racists, together they… Read More
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The Afrikaner as Viewed by the English 1795-1854
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The Afrikaner as Viewed by the English 1795-1854

by Streak, Michael

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(Cape Town: Struik, 1974) 086977039X. 8vo; original brown boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xvi + 231, incl. index. Dustwrapper somewhat rubbed and edgeworn; some foxing to edges and endpapers; gift inscription to front free endpaper. Good to very good condition. "The field of race relations in South Africa - what the various groups thought of each other - is a much neglected aspect of history. This study attempts to trace the relationship of the English with the Afrikaners between 1795 and 1854, and provides the basis upon which the Englishman (both in South Africa and Britain), arrived at his conclusions. The author also tries to give the reasons for the division among the English, not only in their opinion of the Afrikaners, but also as related to colonial events as they unfolded. An attempt is made to illustrate that primarily the relationship between the English and the Afrikaner was the conflict between liberalism and conservatism and not simply a barrier dividing the 'colonial… Read More
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Agent 407: A South African Spy Breaks Her Silence

by Forsyth, Olivia

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(Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 2015) 9781868426552. 232 x 152 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. ix + (i) + 333, incl. index; plates. Fine condition. "In the dying years of apartheid, a most extraordinary story hit the headlines. Agent Olivia Forsyth had escaped from ANC imprisonment in Angola. Upon her return home she was feted as a hero by the government. In a flurry of media appearances and press releases, Forsyth claimed to have infiltrated the ANC and passed on vital information. Is that what really happened? In the world of espionage, truth is the first victim and nothing is as it seems. Here, for the first time and in her own words, South Africa's most notorious apartheid spy lays bare the story of her life." .
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All, Here, and Now: Black Politics in South Africa in the 1980s

by Lodge, Tom, with Bill Nasson and others

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(London: Hurst & Company, 1991) 0871241382. 228 x 153 mm; wrappers; pp. x + 414; maps; cartoon illustrations; tables. Wrappers rubbed and a bit creased. Good condition. "A compulsory educational resource on political developments in South Africa during the decade of the 1980s. There will undoubtedly be differing viewpoints about Tom Lodge's treatment of black politics ... but that is the essence of the current South African political debate." - Oscar Dhlomo .
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Allan Hendrickse, Verhoorafwagtende

by Coetzer, Piet

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(Alberton: Librarius Felicitas, 1984) 0947007997. 174 x 112 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 206; some photographs and facsimiles. Light browning to edges. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "In 1984 is Allan Hendrickse weer eens 'n verhoorafwagtende, maar hierdie keer nie agter tralies nie. Nou word hy geoordeel in die felle lig van die openbare politiek. Van sy voormalige party- en bondgenote het hom reeds geoordeel. Soos in 1976 veroordeel sommige van dié selfaangestelde politieke regters hom nou ook sonder dat hy geleentheid het om homself te verdedig. Hulle is nie bereid om te vra of te luister waarheen Allan Hendrickse onder die nuwe bedeling op pad is nie. Hulle is ook nie bereid om hom 'n geleentheid te bied om te toon waartoe hy in staat is nie. Ook word hy, byvoorbaat, saam met dié wat hom wel 'n geleentheid wil gun om uiteindelik 'n menswaardige bestaan en volwaardige bydrae tot die politieke lewe en die toekoms van Suid-Afrika te maak,… Read More
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Apartheid Terrorism. The Destabilization Report

by Johnson, Phyllis, and David Martin

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(London: The Commonwealth Secretariat in association with James Currey, 1989). 215 x 134 mm; laminated wrappers; pp. xvii + (ix) + 163 + (i); maps. Trace of curl to corners of wrappers. Very good condition. "A report on the Devastation of the Frontline States prepared by Phyllis Johnson & David Martin for the Commonwealth Committee of Foreign Ministers on Southern Africa." .
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The Assassination of King Shaka
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The Assassination of King Shaka

by Laband, John

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(Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 2017) 9781868428076. 232 x 150 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. xiv + 226, incl. index; illustrations in text; maps. Fine condition. "What was it about the nature of his kingdom that it produced so many intransigent opponents to his rule, including prominent members of the royal house? Why were Shaka's relations with the British Cape Colony apparently key to his survival? And why did the powerful army he had created acquiesce so tamely in the usurpation of the throne by Dingane, his half-brother and assassin? In searching for answers John Laband turns to Zulu voices heard through recorded oral testimony and praise-poems, and to the Port Natal hunter-traders who speak for themselves in their written accounts and reminiscences, as do the Cape officials in their despatches. The author brings the early Zulu kingdom vividly to life, a kingdom that endured in all its essential characteristics, particularly militarily, until its destruction in 1879 by the British." .
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At Last We Have Our Country Back

by Calpin, G. H.

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(Cape Town: Buren Publishers, [1968]). 8vo; original pale blue boards, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper (housed in removable protector); pp. (xii) + 209. Dustwrapper a little tanned and edgeworn; trace of foxing to edges; gift inscription dated December 1968 to front free endpaper. Very good condition. "No one who enjoys watching an original writer at work will fail to delight in this collection of essays ... from the pen of G. H. Calpin, one-time editor of the Natal Witness and author of the best-seller There are no South Africans. In them one of South Africa's foremost political writers, radio commentator and public speaker, takes a penetrating though kindly look at our country's passing parade, nudging the reader to windows from which he has never looked before." .
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At the Fireside. True Southern African Stories
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At the Fireside. True Southern African Stories

by Webster, Roger

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(Cape Town: Spearhead, 2001) 0864864876. 210 x 148 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. (iv) + iii + (i) + 152. Wrappers a little creased. Good condition. "Mantatisi - the African Boadicea ... the quiet recluse ... Scotty Smith ... Modjadji ... Prince Louis Napoleon ... The first Cape Slave Revolt ... Alfred Aylward ... Marabastad ... Isivaveni ... Sekhukhune's Treasure ... the story of Maria Oosthuizen ... the Adam Kok trek ... Steinacker's horse ... the SS Mendi ... the Malmani goldfields ... Willem Prinsloo ... The First Frontier War ... At the Fireside was born out of the need to preserve, retell and rekindle some of the stories of events and lives that have shaped and coloured this remarkable country of ours." .
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The Atlas of Changing South Africa
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The Atlas of Changing South Africa

by Christopher, A.J.

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(London and New York: Routledge, 2001) 0415211786. 245 x 174 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. x + (ii) + 260, incl. index; numerous maps. Very good condition. "Since the first edition was published in 1994 as The Atlas of Apartheid there has been enormous change in South Africa. Gradually apartheid is being dismantled but in many sectors the effects have not yet been reversed. In this new edition A.J. Christopher examines the spatial impact of apartheid during the period of National Government from 1948 to 1994, and the legacy it has left for South Africa at the beginning of the twenty-first century. ... In providing a comprehensive introduction to and detailed analysis of the policy of apartheid and its aftermath through more than 170 maps, The Atlas of Changing South Africa makes a unique contribution. By presenting it in visual, spatial forms most relevant to its conception, it illustrates the various levels of operation of the policy and its wider implications, globally as well as… Read More
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The Autobiography of an Unknown South African
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The Autobiography of an Unknown South African

by Mokgatle, Naboth

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(Johannesburg: Ad. Donker, 1990) 0868521728. 198 x 128 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (viii) + 350; map. Wrappers a little rubbed and sunned; some foxing; regular browning throughout. Good condition. "Naboth Mokgatle was born in 1911 in a tribal village called Phokeng near Rustenburg, Transvaal. His youth alternated between schooling by Lutheran missionaries and spells of lonely duty at outlying cattle posts. Naboth left for Pretoria, partly to improve his financial status, but also to escape the weight of conservative tribal tradition. It was not long before he realised that he had only exchanged a mild form of tyranny for an even more severe one crammed with the trappings of petty apartheid. He became involved with trade union organisation and politics during the short-lived heyday of collaboration between the left-wing whites and the African nationalists. Successive acts of defiance of authority led to his being arrested and imprisoned. In 1954 he fled South Africa without a passport,… Read More
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The Bang-Bang Club
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The Bang-Bang Club

by Marinovich, Greg, and Joao Silva

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(London: William Heinemann, 2000) 0434007331. 8vo; original black boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xiv + 254, incl. index; plates. Trace of browning to edges. Very good condition. "In this gripping, moving and fascinating book, Greg Marinovich and Joao Silva tell the story of the Bang-Bang Club photographers, their own and their friends, and the story of the violence that attended the making of the New South Africa. The result is a book that deserves to stand alongside Michael Herr's classic, Dispatches." .
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Bantu, Boer, and Briton: The Making of the South African Native Problem

by Macmillan, William Miller

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(London: Faber & Gwyer, 1929, 1st edition). 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. xii + (ii) + 328, incl. index; large, folding map at rear. Boards very slightly bumped and rubbed; some foxing to edges, endpapers and outermost leaves. Good condition. (Schapera M73) "A valuable examination of the development and effects of 'frontier' policies." - Schapera. "In this book the South African problem is shown, by its historical setting, to have been from the beginning a problem of the possession of land, and a matter of hard economics. To say that there is a clash between the interests of Bantu, Boer and Briton is but to indicate a specific manifestation of a world-wide conflict of races. While the closest parallel is perhaps to be found in the Southern States, similar conditions may be said ipso facto to arise in any modern state (e.g. Kenya and Southern Rhodesia) where widely divergent races meet. Native policy in South Africa, too long… Read More
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Beperkte Lidmaatskap. 'n Antropologies-Wetenskaplike Studie van Geheime en Semi-Geheime Organisasies

by du Toit, Brian M.

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(Cape Town: John Malherbe, 1965). 8vo; original cream boards, lettered in black on spine; dustwrapper; endpaper maps; pp. (viii) + 193. Dustwrapper somewhat edgeworn and sunned; earlier owner's hand-stamp to front free endpaper; trace of foxing. Good condition. Afrikaans text. An examination of secret organisations, and those with restricted membership, in various parts of the world. The Afrikaner-Broederbond receives significant attention. "BEPERKTE LIDMAATSKAP ondersoek, na aanleiding van 'n aantal geheime en semi-geheime organisasies uit Amerika, Oseanië, Europa en Afrika, die kenmerke van sulke bewegings. Die klem val deurgaans op die aspekte van lidmaatskap, struktuur en funksie." .
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Better than they knew. Volume II

by de Villiers, R. M. (editor)

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(Cape Town: Purnell, 1974) 360002781. 8vo; original burgundy boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xiv + 214; map; plates. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel, slightly rubbed; boards a little shelf-rubbed; trace of foxing to endpapers. Good to very good condition. "This is the second volume of a book which seeks to tell something of the contribution made to modern South Africa by English-speaking men and women, particularly in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. ... The field has now been extended to the law, the Press, university education, finance - industry - mining, architecture and the Church. Once again the authors include experts in their own fields and they write short profiles of their subjects to tell the story." .
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Beyond Belief. Murders and Mysteries of Southern Africa

by Hall, Sian, and Rob Marsh

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(Cape Town: Struik, 1996) 1868259153. 4to; original burgundy boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 128, incl. index and bibliography; lavishly illustrated with photographs and artwork, much of which in full colour. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn, and sunned on spine panel; trace of fishmothing to bottom edges of boards. Very good condition. "Southern Africa is a land of the strange, the mysterious and the unexplained - there are enigmatic tales of gold in ancient ruins, ghostly sightings, curious artefacts from the distant past, evidence of life that defies history and, of course, unsolved murders. Beyond Belief is a vivid collection of some of these fascinating stories. The authors have researched their subjects, sharing facts with us, but leaving us to ponder tales of the unexplained, the contradictory and the unsolved. Many attempts have been made to lay legend to rest, to resolve persistent rumours, and to provide us with facts instead of fantasy, but most have failed.… Read More
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Beyond the Miracle: Inside the New South Africa
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Beyond the Miracle: Inside the New South Africa

by Sparks, Allister

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(Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 2003) 1868421503. 229 x 153 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. xiv + 370, incl. index; map; plates. Earlier owner's name signed inside upper cover; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. "Nelson Mandela's inauguration as president of South Africa was a defining moment of the twentieth century. This book, by one of South Africa's most distinguished journalists and commentators, analyses brilliantly what has happened to South Africa since it underwent one of the world's few relatively bloodless revolutions almost a decade ago. It is the dramatic story of how a handful of rookie politicians came 'out of the bush' - to use Mandela's own phrase - to take over the running of a complex and deeply troubled country that they thought was richly endowed but in fact was almost bankrupt; of how they struggled to come to terms with an often hostile bureaucracy; and how above all they found themselves struggling not only with the complexities of… Read More
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