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Press under apartheid

Alexander Hepple

Press under apartheid

by Alexander Hepple

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Published by International Defence and Aid Fund in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa,
  • South Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Freedom of the press -- South Africa,
    • Press law -- South Africa,
    • South Africa -- Race relations

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAlex Hepple.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination66 p. ;
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5250541M
      LC Control Number75323097

      Any time that a politician or commentator compares the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to South Africa under apartheid, the response is swift denunciation. Yet many prominent, respected academics and politicians—including Jimmy Carter—have drawn such parallels, arguing that Israel’s treatment of its Arab-Israeli citizens and the people of the occupied territories amounts to no less a system.   Apartheid was an oppressive and brutal system of racial discrimination that captured and appalled world opinion during the latter half of the twentieth century. South Africa: The Rise and Fall of Apartheid examines the history of South Africa duri.

        The antiapartheid activists decisively won that war, particularly in the international media – through press, television, radio, books, theater, and music. Their war of words persuaded leaders throughout the world to take actions that collectively, along with the internal battles, caused the change. The Press and Apartheid Repression and Propaganda in South Africa. Authors; William A. Hachten; C. Anthony Giffard.

      The year signaled a new era for apartheid South Africa: Nelson Mandela was released from prison, President F.W. de Klerk lifted the ban on Mandela's political party, the African National Author: Katie Nodjimbadem.   New South African press law 'more harmful than apartheid-era censorship' This article is more than 7 years old Widow of anti-apartheid journalist and Author: Julian Borger.


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Press under apartheid by Alexander Hepple Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hepple, Alexander, Press under apartheid. London: International Defence and Aid Fund, (OCoLC) He has authored books on Robert Sobukwe, Nelson Mandela and the South African press under apartheid.

Pogrund emigrated to Israel in He settled in Jerusalem with his wife Anne, an artist. He is the founder of Yakar 's Centre for Social Concern. Abortion Under Apartheid examines the politics of abortion in South Africa during the apartheid era (), when termination of pregnancy was criminalized.

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Although the policy of apartheid was continued under Prime Minister John Vorster, there was some relaxation of its pettier aspects, and this accelerated under his successor, P. Botha. Probably the most forceful pressures, both internal and external, eroding the barriers of apartheid were economic.

The aim of this study is to examine the role of the print media during the apartheid era. A strong characteristic of all state propaganda is its ability, as ideology, to legitimise and validate itself.

This was true too, of apartheid. The apartheid system rested on the notionFile Size: 56KB. South Africa's Resistance Press is a collection of essays celebrating the contributions of scores of newspapers, newsletters, and magazines that confronted the state in the generation after These publications contributed in no small measure to reviving a mass movement inside South Africa that would finally bring an end to apartheid.

This marginalized press had an impact on its audience. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Poverty and Inequality in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Examining Governance, Public Policy and Development in a Post-Apartheid South Africa, Beyond 20 Years of Freedom.

Under Apartheid, all economic, industrial, agricultural, military, and social power was in the hands of the few whites that settled here decades ago. Native blacks were refused South African citizenship and were left to survive with the lowest of labor.

A major focus of the book is the battle about abortion that erupted in the late s when doctors and feminists called for liberalization of colonial-era abortion laws.

A central argument is that all women, regardless of race, were oppressed under apartheid. Tracing her extraordinary journey from the dusty, apartheid-era townships of segregated South Africa to the shiny spires of corporate America, the book also provides a reflective 'must read' at critical milieus in both these nations' histories, serving as a thoughtful bridge between White and Black readers and those of every shade in between, and charting a profoundly practical course for both decision-makers and 5/5(1).

Based on extensive archival research in South Africa and drawing on the most recent scholarship, this book is an original and lucid exposition of the ideological, political and administrative origins of Apartheid. It will add substantially to the understanding of contemporary South Africa.

The press in South Africa. Index on Censorship, 21, 2: An extensive report on the state of the “free” press in South Africa prepared for the United Nations’ Unit on Apartheidin November Ginwala posits that apartheid attempts to segregate freedom and this attempt “extinguishes freedom itself.” Jack Slater.

The first book to fully explore cosmopolitan modern art by black South Africans under apartheid Black South African artists have typically had their work labeled “African art” or “township art,” qualifiers that, when contrasted with “modernist art,” have been used to marginalize their work.

Under apartheid, black South Africans experienced severe material and social disadvantages occasioned by the government’s policies, and they had limited time for entertainment. Still, they closely engaged with an array of textual and visual cultures in ways that shaped their responses to.

The issue of education in apartheid South Africa has provided one of the most fascinating anomalies in modern educational history. For those of us who were schooled under apartheid, who were teachers in government schools, and who marched with the teachers and scholars in the seemingly endless cycles of resistance and repression, it was often difficult to imagine a world without the injustices.

“I know a lot of journalists censoring themselves because there is sedition on our books.” Colonial, Apartheid-era laws hur southern Africa's press freedom — Quartz Africa Skip to navigation Author: Jonathan Rozen.

From through the s, a single word dominated life in South Africa. Apartheid—Afrikaans for “apartness”—kept the country’s majority black population under the.

Paperback Retail price: $, T. Release date: March pages 4¼ × 7 in. Black Consciousness and Progressive Movements under Apartheid thus presents an intellectual history of Black Consciousness in South Africa in the comparative perspective that Biko originally called for.

Ian M. Macqueen is a lecturer in the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies at the University of Pretoria. He is also a research. UCT Under Apartheid: Part 1 – From Onset To Sit-In: (Hardcover) Drawing on an extensive array of sources – written, oral and visual – this richly illustrated volume provides a rounded social, intellectual, educational, cultural and political history of one of Africa’s foremost universities during the first phase of apartheid.

Trevor Noah recalls childhood under apartheid in new memoir. For Noah was born 32 years ago in a South Africa under the rigidly, often brutally enforced system of apartheid.Nelson Mandela was a most unusual and unusually astute leader, says journalist and author of Playing the Enemy, John Carlin.

He chooses the best books to understand Nelson Mandela, who used forgiveness as a political tool, and South Africa, the country he brought peacefully out of apartheid.