South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 68 (1)

Safeguarding White Minority Power: The South African Government and the Secession of Katanga, 1960–1963
vol. 68 (1): 70-91
‘We will make sure they are rehabilitated’: Nation-building and Social Engineering in Operation Clean-up, Zimbabwe, 1983
vol. 68 (1): 92-111
ZANU (PF)'s Manipulation of the ‘Alien’ Vote in Zimbabwean Elections: 1980–2013
vol. 68 (1): 112-131
New Histories of Firearms and Soldiers in Pre-Colonial and Colonial Africa Violent Intermediaries: African Soldiers, Conquest and Everyday Colonialism in German East Africa; A Cultural History of Firearms in the Age of Empire
vol. 68 (1): 132-137
Remembering the South African War: Britain and the Memory of the Anglo-Boer War, From 1899 to the Present
vol. 68 (1): 137-139
Liberation Movements in Power: Party and State in Southern Africa
vol. 68 (1): 139-142
The South Africa Reader: History, Culture, Politics
vol. 68 (1): 142-145

Volume 67 (4)

The Relocation of VOC-Era Bosheuvel Farm in the Liesbeeck River Valley, Cape Town: A Land Surveying Approach
vol. 67 (4): 387-409
‘A Loyal Liking for Fair Play’: Joseph Millerd Orpen and Knowledge Production in the Cape Colony
vol. 67 (4): 410-432
Secret Party: South African Communists between 1950 and 1960
vol. 67 (4): 433-464
Charlie's First War: South Africa, 1899–1900 C.H. Tweddell
vol. 67 (4): 465-468
Germany's Genocide of the Herero: Kaiser Wilhelm II, His General, His Settlers, His Soldiers
vol. 67 (4): 468-471
Melancholia of Freedom: Social Life in an Indian Township in South Africa; Chatsworth: The Making of a South African Township
vol. 67 (4): 471-475
Cubans in Angola: South-South Cooperation and Transfer of Knowledge, 1976–1991
vol. 67 (4): 475-478
Being Nuclear: Africans and the Global Uranium Trade
vol. 67 (4): 478-480

Volume 67 (3)

‘The Magna Hibernia’: Irish Diplomatic Missions to South Africa, 1921
vol. 67 (3): 255-270
Abbot Pfanner, the Glen Grey Act and the Native Question
vol. 67 (3): 271-292
Different Tracks: Ambiguities in the Development Nexus of Coal and Rail in the Eastern Cape, 1880–1910
vol. 67 (3): 293-315
Shifting Grounds: A.I. Kajee and the Political Quandary of ‘Moderates’ in the Search for an Islamic School Site in Durban, 1943–1948
vol. 67 (3): 316-334
Narratives on Trial: Ideology, Violence and the Struggle over Political Legitimacy in the Case of the Delmas Treason Trial, 1985–1989
vol. 67 (3): 335-355
Interview with Lara Pawson: On Writing In the Name of the People: Angola's Forgotten Massacre
vol. 67 (3): 356-369
Mission Station Christianity: Norwegian Missionaries in Colonial Natal and Zululand, southern Africa, 1850-1890
vol. 67 (3): 370-372
Apartheid 1948–1994
vol. 67 (3): 372-375
New South African Review 4: A Fragile Democracy – Twenty Years On
vol. 67 (3): 375-378
Tracings: Pan Africanism and the Challenges of Global African Unity
vol. 67 (3): 378-380
Stephen Ellis: A Standard of Moral Courage
vol. 67 (3): 381-384
‘Rethinking “Apartheid's Golden Age”: South Africa, c1966-1979’, Colloquium to be held at the University of Pretoria, 20 June 2016
vol. 67 (3): 385-386

Volume 67 (2)

‘A Measure of Democracy’: Works Committees, Black Workers, and Industrial Citizenship in South Africa, 1973–1979
vol. 67 (2): 113-138
‘Political Corruption’ and the Moral Economy of Apartheid: The Case of Dawie Walters, the ‘Lobster King of South Africa’
vol. 67 (2): 139-157
The Hartebeestpoort Irrigation Scheme: A Project of Modernisation, Segregation and White Poverty Alleviation, 1912–1926
vol. 67 (2): 158-179
Decentring Shepstone: The Eastern Cape Frontier and the Establishment of Native Administration in Natal, 1842–1849
vol. 67 (2): 180-201
‘An Unprecedented but Significant Atrocity’: A Window into the War of the Axe, 1846–1847
vol. 67 (2): 202-221
Controlled by Communists? (Re)Assessing the ANC in its Exilic Decades
vol. 67 (2): 222-241
The Hidden History of South Africa's Book and Reading Culture
vol. 67 (2): 242-244
Diepsloot
vol. 67 (2): 244-247
From Diaspora to Diorama: The Old Slave Lodge in Cape Town
vol. 67 (2): 247-249
Askari: A Story of Collaboration and Betrayal in the Anti-Apartheid Struggle
vol. 67 (2): 250-253

Volume 67 (1)

‘Where Men Fail, Women Take Over’: Inanda Seminary's Rescue by its Own
vol. 67 (1): 1-31
From the Nuclear Laager to the Non-Proliferation Club: South Africa and the NPT
vol. 67 (1): 32-46
‘Die hand aan die wieg regeer die land [The hand that rocks the cradle rules the land]’: Exploring the Agency and Identity of Women in the Ossewa-Brandwag, 1939–1954
vol. 67 (1): 47-63