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Sifiso Mzobe’s Young Blood: Spaces of getting and becoming in post-apartheid Durban
(UNISA Press, 2016)
Sifiso Mzobe’s Young blood (2010) generates much of its energy, this article will argue, through its representation of social and physical mobility and its articulation of space with modes of consumption in post-apartheid ...
Smoking around the campfire: A San encounter with the colonial
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
In 1873 Joseph Orpen, resident of Nomansland, engaged a San1 man Qing to guide a combined force of levies and mounted police through the Maloti mountains in present-day Lesotho where they hoped to intercept a group of ...
Representations of revolutionary violence in recent Indian and South African fiction
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Several recent novels in English by Indian and South African authors explore the theme of violent political resistance to the entrenched injustices of the hierarchical Indian social order and South Africa’s institutionalised ...