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The Lie of Apartheid By Arthur Kemp
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The first essay shows how the author changed from being a supporter of apartheid to realizing that it was immoral and unenforceable. The Myth of Mahatma Gandhi shows that this liberal icon was a... More > racist who intensely disliked black people; The Puzzle of Autogenocide explains why white South Africa voted in favor of black majority rule; How the Mighty Fall details the collapse of the South African army; When the River Ran Red is the story of the 1838 Battle of Blood River; When the West Looked Away details anti-white ethnic cleansing in Zimbabwe; Interviewed by the Flemish is an interview with the author; Conspiracies and the Assassination of Chris Hani reveals the story behind the 1993 murder of ANC leader Chris Hani, including the real role of the apartheid-state’s National Intelligence Service in the debacle; The Death of Johannesburg is a photographic essay, first published online, detailing the decline of the largest city in South Africa under Third World rule.< Less
Capitalism and Apartheid By Karen Peebles
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Apartheid and Me By Monica Clarke, Maureen Bocking
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Nangamsa, who is 7 years old, lives with her grandmother in a township in South Africa during Apartheid. Her experience of ‘weird Apartheid,’ as she calls it, is told in her own words... More > through conversations with her Ouma. Through her eyes and language readers, young and old, are introduced to concepts of racial classification and laws such as separate development (Group Areas Act); and prohibition of marriages between white and non-white (Mixed Marriages Act). This book brings out the clear meaning ‘Apart-hate’, and gives parents and teachers an opportunity to discuss with primary school children the dangers of accepting social practices and laws which attack and erode human rights. It ends with a brief overview of Apartheid for the information of guardians.< Less
Richard Goldstone: Apartheid Judge By Ayal Rosenberg
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A study of judicial activities of Richard Goldstone as an apartheid judge and as a prosecutor at the Hague. The record shows that a judge serving under apartheid was compromised both ethically and... More > morally and that there is a case to answer for possible criminal liability for crimes against humanity. Richard Goldstone was such a man. Under apartheid he sentenced black youths to death, confirmed detention without trial during apartheid's most brutal period, exonerated apartheid police offers who applied racial sex laws, and used judicial commissions to pursue his own personal ambitions. Such a man should not be a representative of international law and human rights. Goldstone's judicial record should have disqualified him from serving at the behest of the UN Human Rights Council and on the board of Human Rights Watch. The prominence of Richard Goldstone in the human rights community in view of his past record is testament to the moral poverty of the latter day human rights movement and institutions.< Less
Richard Goldstone: Apartheid Judge By Ayal Rosenberg
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A study of judicial activities of Richard Goldstone as an apartheid judge and as a prosecutor at the Hague. The record shows that a judge serving under apartheid was compromised both ethically and... More > morally and that there is a case to answer for possible criminal liability for crimes against humanity. Richard Goldstone was such a man. Under apartheid he sentenced black youths to death, confirmed detention without trial during apartheid's most brutal period, allowed for the prosecution of racial sex laws, and used judicial commissions to pursue his own personal ambitions. Such a man should not be a representative of international law and human rights. Goldstone's judicial record should have disqualified him from serving at the behest of the UN Human Rights Council and on the board of Human Rights Watch. The prominence of Richard Goldstone in the human rights community in view of his past record is testament to the moral poverty of the latter day human rights movement and institutions.< Less
Apartheid’s Other Back Yard By Martin Fisher
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Matthew, born with a dark skin into a white family struggles to find some foothold within a society that was rapidly becoming polarised. Together with his family he encounters the divisive intrusion... More > of racial classification. He finds his world divided without a point of reference for his own questionable Apartheid’s identity. Matthew’s life is irrevocably altered, when in 1948, the Nationalist government decided to begin the process of separating out different race groups based on their racial heritage. Matthew’s story uncovers a new perspective of the mostly forgotten Other and unseen effects of separate development. When we consider the scale of the suffering imposed by apartheid, we are tempted to consider numbers as the determining factor as to the worth of consideration. This story reveals the broader and mostly hidden extent of the effects of racial segregation.< Less
Mere Kaffir. Apartheid: It's Not So Black and White By Keith Brown
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A visceral, highly-charged, emotional read. In the early 1980s a naive young English miner uproots himself and his new wife from the Nottingham coalmines to unearth his fortune in the South African... More > goldmines. His dreams are shattered as our eyes are opened to a culture that reveals humanity’s deepest flaws. Keith Brown draws upon his personal experiences of apartheid-driven South Africa on the brink of a new political order to bring us a deeply moving tale of man’s inhumanity to man. In a world where greed and historical resentments drive the agenda is apartheid really just a black versus white issue?< Less
South African City Planning in a Post Apartheid Era By David Kay
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The aim of this paper is to outline the legacy of Apartheid planning and then show the major policy approaches adopted by the South African government over the last ten years in an effort to reverse... More > the effects of Apartheid and establish a developmental approach to urban planning that seeks to provide basic standards of living to all those who live in South Africa. A brief overview of Apartheid planning law will be given in order to demonstrate the fragmentation Apartheid planning caused in the urban areas and the associated rural hinterlands. Next, an overview of national legislation will be presented in order to demonstrate some of the major principles that the government has adopted in order to promote integration and provide basic services to its citizens. Finally, a case study of the planning efforts in Buffalo City municipality will be given in order to demonstrate local polices the municipality has adopted in order to implement the national framework of integration and service provision.< Less
South Africa – 20 Years After Apartheid By Dr. Phillip Botha
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While South Africans continued to live their lives as they did since the early days of the Country’s existence, people from all over the world became aware of the way in which certain ethnic... More > groups of people were treated. Apartheid was actually a mild word that didn’t capture the real tension and hate between black and white. Ironically, the word “apartheid” was not known nor used in South Africa itself, but the discrimination against other races than white was open and non-discreet. The role players are those who contribute to the creation of the rainbow nation, working in an environment where people of different race and color work together, learning about each other and developing an appreciation for people whom you come into contact with.< Less