4 edition of New dictionary of South African biography found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by E.J. Verwey ; foreword by Nelson R. Mandela.|
|Contributions||Verwey, E. J., Sonderling, Nelly E.|
|LC Classifications||DT1774 .N48 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2 > :|
|ISBN 10||1868281345, 0796916489, 1868281337|
|LC Control Number||95193042|
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The New Dictionary of South African Biography is a companion volume to the successful five-volume series entitled Dictionary of South African Biography.
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New dictionary of South African biography Item Preview remove-circle Book from the collections of unknown library Language English. This series of publications aims to fill the gaps in our history, highlighting in particular the significant roles played by black leaders form all walks of : In the spirit of The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, American National Biography, and African American National Biography--all three published by Oxford University Press--Dictionary of African Biography is a major biographical dictionary covering the lives and legacies of notable African men and women from all eras and walks of life.5/5(1).
31 books every South African should read | Brand South Africa. Subtitled “Blood and Bad Dreams: A South African Explores the Madness in His Country, His Tribe and Himself”, this book was a bestseller in South Africa and elsewhere when it came out in By a member of one of Afrikanerdom’s leading apartheid families, it goes into the heart of darkness of a country in turmoil.
The new edition is 30 percent larger than its predecessor, and of the entries are new. In addition, of the original entries have been rewritten. Six individuals who appeared in the first edition have been dropped from the second. A sample of new entries includes those for Wangari Maathai, Mariama Ba, Keith Goddard, and Jacob by: A head - stone placed by the Nieman Foundation 30 years later simply reads: Nathaniel Nakasa May 12 - July 14 Journalist, Nieman Fellow, South African.
(the tombstone number). Nakasa's writings were compiled into a book The world of Nat Nakasa. He was an influential writer and had an impact on many black people and writers. New dictionary of South African biography, edited by E.J. Verwey, Pretoria: HSRC Publishers, ANC's Statement to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Africa Confidential who's who of Southern Africa, edited by Patrick Smith, Oxford, Malden, MA: Blackwell, In this gripping social history of South Africa, award winning journalist Mark Gevisser follows the family of former South African President Thabo Mbeki to make sense of the legacy of liberation struggle andunderstand thefuture of the country under Jacob unparalleled access to Mbeki and Zuma as well askey ANC brass, Gevisser presents an intimate yet accessible account of Cited by: The acclaimed Dictionary of African Historical Biography, the only single-volume biographical work on Sub-Saharan African history, has been expanded and updated to include entries on over eight hundred people important in Sub-Saharan African history up to Benjamin John Peter Tyamzashe (*Kimberley, Cape Colony 5 September - East London, Cape Province 4 June ) was a South African Xhosa music.
A New Look for the 20+ Phase of the DACB. Conceived inand first going online inthe DACB website is now in its twenty-second year. The mission of the DACB continues to be “to collect, preserve, and make freely accessible biographical accounts and church histories – from oral and written sources – integral to a scholarly understanding of African Christianity.
South African born and bred, David Rattray's name is today synonymous with the Anglo-Zulu War. Now for the first time, his encyclopaedic knowledge is available to the reading public. With its magnificent colour artwork, including superb paintings, detailed maps and. Dictionary of African biography.
6 vols. Emmanuel K. Akyeampong and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., editors in chief. (Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, c) Dictionary of African Christian biography (Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut) A dictionary of African politics.
E-book. [Compiled by] Nicholas Cheeseman. South Africa’s remoteness—it lies thousands of miles distant from major African cities such as Lagos and Cairo and more than 6, miles (10, km) away from most of Europe, North America, and eastern Asia, where its major trading partners are located—helped reinforce the official system of apartheid for a large part of the 20th century.
With that system, the government, controlled by. Afrikaans definition: an official language of South Africa, developed from 17th-cent. DutchOrigin of AfrikaansAfrikaans from Afrika, Africa.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (born ) was a South African resistance leader who, after years of imprisonment for opposing apartheid, emerged to become the first president of a black-majority-ruled South Africa and a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
The father of Nelson Mandela was a Xhosa chief in the Transkei, where Mandela was born. He studied law at. Foreword by Njabulo Ndebele. First published inSol Plaatje’s Native Life in South Africa was written by one of the South Africa’s most talented early 20th-century black leaders and journalists.
Plaatje’s pioneering book arose out of an early African National Congress campaign to protest against the discriminatory Natives Land Act. WBO Student Loading. Steve Biko (), a political activist and writer, is regarded as the father of the Black Consciousness movement in the Union of South Africa.
Stephen Bantu Biko (a. k. a. Bantu Stephen Biko) was born in King Williamstown, Cape Province, South Africa, on Decem He was the second son (third child) of Mzimgayi Biko. Raised and educated.Julius Nyerere was the first prime minister of independent Tanganyika () and later became the first president of the new state of Tanzania ().
He was a major force behind the modern Pan-African movement and one of the founders in of the Organization of African Unity (now the African Union).Francis Masson is the author of Stapeliæ novæ; or, a collection of several new species of that genus, discovered in the interior parts of Africa (London, ), as well as two articles which appeared in the Philosophical Trans.
of the Royal Soc. of London: “An account of three journeys from Cape Town to the southern parts of Africa.