South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 68 (3)

Responsible Government and Miner-Farmer Relations in Southern Rhodesia, 1923–1945
vol. 68 (3): 366-389
Multiracial Women and the African Press in Post-World War II Lourenço Marques, Mozambique
vol. 68 (3): 390-414
Learning Amidst the Turmoil: Secondary Schooling in Soweto 1977–1990
vol. 68 (3): 415-436
The Smuts Biographies: Analysis and Historiographical Assessment
vol. 68 (3): 437-463
Diversity without Unity: Fragments of the History of the ANC
vol. 68 (3): 464-478
The Ends of European Colonial Empires: Cases and Comparisons
vol. 68 (3): 479-481
A Military History of Modern South Africa
vol. 68 (3): 481-483
Bram Fisher: Afrikaner Revolutionary
vol. 68 (3): 483-487
Conditional Tense: Memory and Vocabulary after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Committee
vol. 68 (3): 487-490

Volume 68 (2)

Chatham House and Africa c1920–1960: The Limitations of the Curtis Vision
vol. 68 (2): 147-162
‘To Buttress the Ideal of National Unity’: Broad South Africanism and Higher Education in the Early Twentieth Century
vol. 68 (2): 163-179
Borders and the Roots of Xenophobia in South Africa
vol. 68 (2): 180-194
Sexual Relations between British Soldiers and Boer Women: A Methodological Approach
vol. 68 (2): 195-212
South African Anglican Military Chaplains and the First World War
vol. 68 (2): 213-229
Text and Authority in the South African Nazaretha Church
vol. 68 (2): 230-233
Modernization as Spectacle in Africa
vol. 68 (2): 233-236
Biko's Ghost: The Iconography of Black Consciousness
vol. 68 (2): 236-239
Holy Hustlers, Schism, and Prophecy: Apostolic Reformation in Botswana
vol. 68 (2): 239-242
The Congress Movement: The Unfolding of the Congress Alliance 1912–1961
vol. 68 (2): 242-248

Volume 68 (1)

Special Issue: The State, The Citizen and Power
vol. 68 (1): 1-12
‘The Greatest State Scandal’: Personality, Power and the South African Republic Police, 1886–1896
vol. 68 (1): 13-30
Lonrho and the Limits of Corporate Power in Africa, c. 1961–1973
vol. 68 (1): 31-49
Coerced African Labour for Food Production in Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) during the Second World War, 1942–1945
vol. 68 (1): 50-69
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