South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 65 (3)

Contesting Caprivi: A History of Colonial Isolation and Regional Nationalism in Namibia
vol. 65 (3): 474-477
Knowing Global Environments: New Historical Perspectives on the Field Sciences
vol. 65 (3): 477-480

Volume 65 (2)

Township Histories, Insurrection and Liberation in Late Apartheid South Africa
vol. 65 (2): 167-198
The State and its Failure to Transform African Crop Production in Botswana, 1930–1939
vol. 65 (2): 199-221
Colonel Coetzee's War: Loyalty, Subversion and the South African Police, 1939–1945
vol. 65 (2): 222-248
‘The tick was not slow to take advantage’: Conflicts in the Struggle Against East Coast Fever in Southern Rhodesia (1901–1920)
vol. 65 (2): 249-270
‘Friend of the Native?’: James Sivewright and the Cape Liberal Tradition
vol. 65 (2): 271-292
More Than Just a Public Execution: Martial Law, Crime and the Nature of Colonial Power in British Kaffraria
vol. 65 (2): 293-316
W.M. Macmillan: The Wits Years and Resignation, 1917–1933
vol. 65 (2): 317-331
A Heart for the Work: Journeys through an African Medical School
vol. 65 (2): 332-334
Eight Days in September: The Removal of Thabo Mbeki
vol. 65 (2): 334-336

Volume 64 (4)

The Explorer Who Got Lost: Dr Andrew Cowan's Journal Found
vol. 64 (4): 747-768
A Case for Strong Municipal Governance: The Water Supply of Pretoria 1855–1935
vol. 64 (4): 769-786
Provision of Local Services by Tribal Administrations in Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1900–1966
vol. 64 (4): 787-806
‘The Problem of the Health of the Native’: Colonial Rule and the Rural African Healthcare Question in Zimbabwe, 1890s–1930
vol. 64 (4): 807-826
‘The Bandwagon of Golden Opportunities’? Healthcare in South Africa's Bantustan Periphery
vol. 64 (4): 827-851
Bewitching Zulu Women: Umhayizo, Gender, and Witchcraft in KwaZulu-Natal
vol. 64 (4): 852-875
John Bottomley, 1953–2011
vol. 64 (4): 876-877
A Fire That Blazed in the Ocean. Gandhi and The Poems of Satyagraha in South Africa, 1909–1911
vol. 64 (4): 878-882
Grappling with the Beast: Indigenous Southern African Responses to Colonialism, 1840–1930
vol. 64 (4): 882-883

Volume 64 (3)

The ANC at 100
vol. 64 (3): 381-392
Significant Black South Africans in Britain before 1912: Pan-African Organisations and the Emergence of South Africa's First Black Lawyers
vol. 64 (3): 393-417
Dialectical Dances: Exploring John Dube's Public Life
vol. 64 (3): 418-433
‘A Member of the Race’: Dr Modiri Molema's Intellectual Engagement with the Popular History of South Africa, 1912–1921
vol. 64 (3): 434-449
Women and the Problem of Family in Early African Nationalist History and Historiography
vol. 64 (3): 450-471
The African National Congress in the Western Transvaal/Northern Cape Platteland, c. 1910–1964: Patterns of Diffusion and Support for Congress in a Rural Setting
vol. 64 (3): 472-493
Reflections on Black Politics in South Africa since 1945
vol. 64 (3): 494-506
The Lasting Legacy: The Soviet Theory of the National-Democratic Revolution and South Africa
vol. 64 (3): 507-537
The ANC, MK, and ‘The Turn to Violence’ (1960–1962)
vol. 64 (3): 538-563
Emasculating Agency: An Unambiguous Assessment of Albert Luthuli's Stance on Violence
vol. 64 (3): 564-586
Oliver Tambo and the Dilemma of the Camp Mutinies in Angola in the Eighties
vol. 64 (3): 587-621
Politics and Crime: Reviewing the ANC's Exile History
vol. 64 (3): 622-636
Sex in a Time of Exile: An Examination of Sexual Health, AIDS, Gender, and the ANC, 1980–1990
vol. 64 (3): 637-663
Subaltern Consciousness in South Africa's Labour Movement: ‘Workerism’ in the KwaZulu-Natal Sugar Industry
vol. 64 (3): 664-684
Anti-Apartheid: The Black British Response
vol. 64 (3): 685-706
The ‘Indian Chap’: Recollections of a South African Underground Trainee in Mao's China
vol. 64 (3): 707-736
The African National Congress and the Regeneration of Political Power
vol. 64 (3): 737-739
The Making of an MK Cadre
vol. 64 (3): 740-742
The Communistisation of the ANC
vol. 64 (3): 743-746

Volume 64 (2)

‘The Past and its Possibilities: Perspectives of Southern Africa’; The Southern African Historical Society's 23rd Biennial Conference, 27–29 June 2011, University of KwaZulu-Natal (Howard College campus)
vol. 64 (2): 159-169