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‘Kicking Sand in the Face of Apartheid’: Segregated Beaches in South Africa

: Canadian Geographer, Vol. 56, pp. 3–17. Gordon, L., Blignaut, S., Moroney, S. and Cooper, C., 1978: A Survey of Race Relations in South Africa, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations. Grundlingh, A., 2006: Revisiting the ‘old’ South Africa: Excursions into South Africa’s tourist history under apartheid, 1948–1990. In: South African Historical Journal, Vol. 56, pp. 103–122. Hall, C.M., 2013: Framing tourism geography: Notes from the underground. In: Annals of Tourism Research, Vol. 43, pp. 601–623. Hall, C.M. and Page, S

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A Poetic Voice in the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Holland: Remco Campert and Breyten Breytenbach

Bezige Bij. Jonckheere, Wilfred. 1999. Van Mafeking tot Robbeneiland. Zuid-Afrika in de Nederlandse literatuur 1896-1996 . Nijmegen: Vantilt. Muskens, Roeland. 2017. “Nederland tegen apartheid: ‘Stop de negervervolging in Zuid-Afrika!’”. Goede hoop. Zuid-Afrika en Nederland vanaf 1600 . Eds Martine Gosselink, Maria Holtrop en Robert Ross. Amsterdam/Nijmegen: Rijksmuseum/Vantilt. 301-315. Recourt, Annemiek. 2008. “‘Niet te véél aksent op het »Zud-Afrikaanse« als-je-blieft.’ De materiële en symbolische productie van het oeuvre van Breyten Breytenbach

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Post-Apartheid National Spatial Development Planning in South Africa - A Brief History

. GOVERNMENT OFFICE FOR THE EAST MIDLANDS (2006), How to Understand European Commission Publicity Requirements , UK. HARRISON, P., TODES, A. and WATSON, V. (2007), Planning and Transformation: Learning from the Post-apartheid Experience , London: Routledge. HUBNER, D. (2005), Regional Policy and the Lisbon Agenda - Challenges and Opportunities , London: London School of Economics. JAZHBAY, S. A. (2009), South Africa Vision 2025: Worth a Shot , 10 September http://www.law24.com

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Late childhood and adolescence growth sensitivity to political transition: the case of South African Cape coloured schoolchildren during and post-apartheid

References Cameron N. 2003. Physical growth in a transitional economy: the aftermath of South African apartheid. Econ Hum Biol 1:29-43. CDC. 2000. http://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts/. Cole TJ. 1988. Fitting smoothed centiles curves to reference (with Discussion). J R Stat Soc B 26:211-52. Cole TJ. 1989. Using the LMS method to measure skewness in the NCHS and Dutch National height standards. Ann Hum Biol 16:407-19. Cole TJ, Bellizi MC, Flegal KM, Dietz WH. 2000. Establishing

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On South African Violence Through Giorgio Agamben’s Biopolitical Framework: A Comparative Study Of J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace And Z. Mda’s Ways Of Dying

-) apartheid transgressions as conducive to producing new “unsolicited” sprouts of contriteness. Tony Eprile in line with John Maxwell Coetzee on the importance of memory in democratic South Africa. In Bożena Kucała & Robert Kusek (eds.), Travelling texts: J.M. Coetzee and other writers , 283–295. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Benjamin, Walter. 2006. On the concept of history. In Howard Eiland & Michael W. Jennings (eds.), Walter Benjamin: Selected writings. Volume 4: 1938-1940 , 389–400. Cambridge, Massachusetts & London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University

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Conflicting Narrative Identity Formation in Racialized Intercultural Discourse Nadine Gordimer’s The Conservationist – A Cognitive Narratological Approach

Imagination. Trans. David Henry Wilson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Originally published as Assmann, Jan. 1992. Das kulturelle Gedӓchtnis: Schrift, Erinnerung und politische Identitӓt in frühen Hochkulturen. München: Verlag C. H. Beck.] Barnard, Rita. 2007. Apartheid and Beyond: South African Writers and the Politics of Space. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bhabha, Homi K. 1994. The Location of Culture. London and New York: Routledge. Bortolussi, Marisa and Peter Dixon, eds. 2003. Psychonarratology: Foundations for the Empirical Study

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‘VIPsm’, A Threat to Social Stability in South Africa: From Apartheid Exclusions to Democratized Inequalities

. Statistics South Africa, Statistical Release, Report No. 03-10-06. Lehohla, P. (2016). Quarterly Labour Force Survey . Statistics South Africa, Statistical Release, Report No. P0211. Lemon, A. (2004). Redressing School Inequalities in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 30(2), 269-290. Lunenberg, F. C. (2012). Power and Leadership: An Influence Process. International Journal of Management, Business, & Administration, 15(1), 1-9. Mattes, R. (2012). The ‘Born Frees’: The prospects for Generational Change in Post-apartheid

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Fragmenting the Family? The Complexity of Household Migration Strategies in Post-apartheid South Africa

1 Introduction The disruption of family life is one of the important legacies of South Africa’s colonial and apartheid history. The marginalization of Africans in “homelands,” where there were few employment opportunities, forced Africans to migrate to “White” urban areas to find employment, but a range of restrictions prevented family migration or permanent settlement at the urban destination. The migrant labor system meant that it was mainly men who worked in urban areas or on the mines, while the rural homelands became places for “surplus” people whose

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21st Century South African Science Fiction

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The paper analyses some aspects of South African science fiction, starting with its beginnings in the 1920s and focusing on some 21st century writings. Thus Lauren Beukes’ novels Moxyland (2008) and Zoo City (2010) are taken into consideration in order to present new trends in South African literature and the way science fiction has been marked by Apartheid. The second South African science fiction writer whose writings are examined is Henrietta Rose-Innes (with her novel Nineveh, published in 2011) as this consolidates women's presence in the SF world.

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Portraits of South African Women in Lauren Beukes’ Writings

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The aim of this paper is to study some of Lauren Beukes’ feminine characters and to draw a parallel between them and some famous South African personalities presented in her non-fiction work Maverick: Extraordinary Women from South Africa’s Past. To this end, I will analyse three of her novels, Moxyland (2008), Zoo City (2010) and The Shining Girls (2012), in order to draw attention to the part played by South African women in Apartheid and post-Apartheid society.

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