South African parties and policies, 1910-1960

a select source book
  • 471 Pages
  • 4.11 MB
  • English
Human & Roussean , Cape Town
Political parties -- South Africa., South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1909-
Statementedited with an introduction by D.W. Kru ger.
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 471 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14319042M

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I made use of DW 1910-1960 book South African Parties and Policies A select source book (), published by Human & Rousseau, for the text. 1: D. South African parties and policies Kruger, ed., South African Parties and Policies – (London: Bowes and Bowes, ), available at Politicsweb, accessed J 2: Allister Sparks, The Mind of South Africa: The Story of the Rise and Fall of Apartheid (Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball Publishers, ),   Afrikaner nationalism has been analysed from broadly-speaking two perspectives.

In the main, the literature has focused on the evolution of a movement rooted in a common history, language, and religion, 1 and has traced the roots of a nation-in-the-making back years in South African history, 2 before the inevitable flowering of Afrikanerdom in the twentieth by: 4.

South African Parties and Policies, – A Select Source Book. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau. Lachmann, Ludwig M. Capital and Its Structure. London: Bell and Sons. Lachmann, Ludwig M. FMF Interview—Prof. LM Lachmann [interview by Marc Swanepoel]. The Individualist (Free Market Foundation, Johannesburg) 8: 1–2.

The first leader of the National Party (NP) became Prime Minister as part of the PACT government in The NP was the governing party of South Africa from untiland was disbanded in Its policies included apartheid, the establishment of a South African Republic, and the promotion of Afrikaner culture.

Gwendolen M. Carter's The Politics of Inequality: South Africa Since (New York, ) and D. Kruger's South African Parties and Policies, (Cape Town, ) sketch the. Cambridge Core - Journal of African Law - Volume 7 - Issue 2. We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Kruger (ed.), South African Parties and Policies, (London, ), 20 For an exposition of the growth of the National Party tosee Michael Roberts and A. Trollip, T he South African Opposition, (Cape Town, ).

South African Journal of Economics, 16,pp. – ———, "The Union of South Africa: Economic Problems in a Multiracial Situation." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science,Marchpp.

71– Full text of "Afrikaner Politics in South Africa, " See other formats. AD,Records of the South African Institute of Race Relations.

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Cape Town, VAN DER POEL, J. (ed.) Selections from the Smuts oor vyftig jaar - Naturelle Belasting. The African National Congress predates the Afrikaner Nationalist Party as a political organization in South Africa.

Originally founded in (as the South African Native National Congress, acquiring its present name in ), its first purpose is to defend and extend the voting rights of Coloured and African citizens in the Cape Province.

I made use of DW Kruger’s South African Parties and Policies A select source book (), published by Human & Rousseau, for the text. If you own the copyright to this text, please notify the Rational Standard immediately and it will be removed. Officially the Republic of South Africa sinceit was called the Union of South Africa the South African government has been very slow to respond to the call for national-level.

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He was appointed by the head of state—the Governor-General until and the State President after South Africa became a republic in In practice, he was the leader of the majority party or coalition in the House of few exceptions, the Governor-General/State President was Appointer: Governor-General of South Africa.

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The Future and Futurity of the Public-Private Distinction in the. Abstract. Colonialism, as well as the apartheid classificatory system entrenched notions of the (internal) ‘other’ in South Africa, and 23 years after the democratic transition, questions of citizenship and belonging are still at the forefront of contemporary struggles in South African : Kathryn Pillay.

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Louis, Missouri. Las turbas republicanas, by Mariano Negrón-Portillo; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Political parties, Politics and government. The Union of South Africa (Dutch: Unie van Zuid-Afrika, Afrikaans: Unie van Suid-Afrika pronunciation (help info)) is the historical predecessor to the present-day Republic of South came into being on 31 May with the unification of the Cape Colony, the Natal Colony, the Transvaal, and the Orange River included the territories that were formerly a part of the South Currency: South African pound (–61), South African.

The history of South Africa is characterised by racial and political violence, territorial conflict, wars of conquest, and inter-ethnic rivalry. The aboriginal Khoi and San lived in the region for millennia. Most of the rest of the population trace their history to later immigration.

Africans (also referred to as Bantu) in South Africa are descendants of migrants from central Africa, who first. Any account of the polarisation of African society into distinct white and black polarities, on the right and left wings of the political spectrum respectively, between and must be considered in the light of pre-existing relationships between whites and non-whites in South Africa, which manifested themselves in microcosm with events at Sharpeville on 21 March respect of South Africa fromDiana Wylie of Boston University has written a book which focuses tellingly on one key element of this broad topic, viz.

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The constitution ofwhich has been amended. South Africa (n.). a republic at the southernmost part of Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in ; first European settlers were Dutch (known as Boers) 2. A republic in southern Africa, the southernmost part of AfricaIt has three capitals: Pretoria (administrative), Cape Town (legislative), and Bloemfontein (judicial).

The history is a fabric interwoven with hostile Capital: Pretoria (executive), Bloemfontein. The policies and practices of apartheid were replicated by the South African authorities in the territory of South West Africa – present-day Namibia – which South Africa administered under a mandate conferred by the League of Nations.

53 Most of the discriminatory and repressive laws of the apartheid legal order were extended to South West Cited by:. Starving on a Full Stomach: Hunger and the Triumph of Cultural Racism in Modern South Africa. Reconsiderations in Southern African History Series.

Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, xiv + pp. $ (paper), ISBN ; $ (cloth), ISBN .South African parties and policies, – (Cape Town: Human and Rousseau, (). Speaking the language of justice‘ in Julia Bass, WA Bogart and Frederick Zemans (eds) Access to justice for a new century: The way forward (Toronto: Law Society of Upper Canada,Author: Abiola Okpechi.[16] H.F.

Verwoerd, “The Rebublican Ideal”, Krüger D.W., South African Parties and Politics - A Select Source Book, (Cape Town: Human & Rouseau, c) p. [17] The “Rand Daily Mail” newspaper quoted in Kenney H., Power, Pride & Prejudice: The Years of Afrikaner Nationalist Rule in South Africa, (Johannesburg: Jonathan Author: Murray Baird (Autor).