Unisa Press

The Road to Democracy in South Africa Volume 5 part 1

Author: SADET
Published: 2017-03-09 00:00:00.0
ISBN: 978-1-86888-709-5
Number of pages: 572
Prices: R 400 | $ 56 | £ 39 | € 45
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About the book

This volume talks about African Solidarity (Volume 5)

This volume focuses on the historical significance of African solidarity in as far as South Africa’s struggle for national liberation is concerned. This is done in order to challenge the notion and widely shared prejudice permeating South African historiography; that while South Africa is geographically  a part of the African continent; its history is not integral to that of the  continent but to the history of its European colonial powers. To debunk this offshore island view about South Africa in Africa the volume analyses the relationship which existed between the Organisation of African Unity and the South African liberation movements, the ANC and the PAC. It also highlights the fraternal ties that bound these liberation movements to countries such as Ghana, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana, Algeria, Lesotho, Nigeria, Egypt, Botswana, Zimbabwe and the Caribbean region.

Table of content

Contents Volume 5

Chapter 1

The geopolitics of apartheid South Africa in the African continent: 1948–1994

Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

Chapter 2

Ghana’s contribution to the anti-apartheid struggle: 1958–1994

Ama Biney

Chapter 3

We are an African people’ Anti-colonial internationalism and black internationalism: Caribbean and African solidarities, the South African case

Anthony Bogues

Chapter 4

Algeria and the struggle against apartheid in South Africa, 1955–1994

Smail Debeche

Chapter 5

Tanzania’s solidarity with South Africa’s liberation

Elias C.J. Tarimo and Neville Z. Reuben

Chapter 6

The role of the OAU Liberation Committee in the South African liberation struggle

Elias C.J. Tarimo and Neville Z. Reuben

Chapter 7

Zambia and developments in the South African liberation struggle, 1960–1994

Chris H. Chirwa

Chapter 8

Egypt’s role in the anti-apartheid struggle and support for the South African liberation movements

Mahmoud Abul-Enein

Chapter 9

Nigeria’s solidarity with South Africa’s liberation struggle

Eghosa E. Osaghae and Omobolaji O. Olarinmoye

Chapter 10

Botswana and the liberation of South Africa: an evolving story of sacrifice

Part T. Mgadla and Brian T. Mokopakgosi

Chapter 11

‘Paying the ultimate price’: Zimbabwe and the liberation of South Africa, 1980–1994

Ngwabi M. Bhebe and Gerald Chikozho Mazarire

Chapter 12

Lesotho and the struggle for liberation in South Africa

Tefetso Henry Mothibe and Munyaradzi Mushonga

Chapter 13

Ethiopia and the anti-apartheid movement

Abebe Zegeye, Pietro Toggia, Melakou Tegegn and Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

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