South African Historical Journal articles

Volume 64 (2)

Lives in the Making: The Possibilities and Impossibilities of Autobiography with Reference to the Case of Amina Cachalia
vol. 64 (2): 236-255
Division in the (Inner) Ranks: The Psychosocial Legacies of the Border Wars
vol. 64 (2): 256-272
The Role of Visiting Indian Hindu Missionaries in their Attempts to ‘Reform’ Hinduism in South Africa, 1933–1935
vol. 64 (2): 273-294
Cultural Crossings from Africa to India: Select Travel Narratives of Indian South Africans from Durban and Cape Town, 1940s to 1990s
vol. 64 (2): 295-312
Post-Conference Postscript
vol. 64 (2): 313-318
Race, Empire, and Citizenship: Sarojini Naidu's 1924 Visit to South Africa
vol. 64 (2): 319-342
‘A living testimony of the heights to which a woman can rise’: Sarojini Naidu, Cissie Gool and the Politics of Women's Leadership in South Africa in the 1920s
vol. 64 (2): 343-363
A Century of Postgraduate Anglo-Boer War (1899–1902) Studies: Masters' and Doctoral Studies Completed at Universities in South Africa, in English-speaking Countries and on the European Continent, 1908–2008
vol. 64 (2): 364-365
The Struggle for the Eastern Cape, 1800–1854: Subjugation and the Roots of South African Democracy
vol. 64 (2): 365-367
Luka Jantjie: Resistance Hero of the South African Frontier
vol. 64 (2): 368-371
A Three-Cornered Life: The Historian W.K Hancock
vol. 64 (2): 371-373
Africa in the Time of Cholera: A History of the Pandemics from 1817 to the Present
vol. 64 (2): 373-375
German Colonialism, Visual Culture, and Modern Memory
vol. 64 (2): 375-378
Love in the Time of AIDS: Inequality, Gender, and Rights in South Africa/When Bodies Remember: Experiences and Politics of AIDS in South Africa
vol. 64 (2): 378-380

Volume 64 (1)

‘Let's Talk About Bantustans’
vol. 64 (1): 1-4
Beyond ‘Homelands’: Some Ideas about the History of African Rural Areas in South Africa
vol. 64 (1): 5-21
The Renewal of Community Health under the KwaZulu ‘Homeland’ Government
vol. 64 (1): 22-40
Witchcraft and the South African Bantustans: Evidence from Bushbuckridge
vol. 64 (1): 41-58
Ethnic Separatism or Cultural Preservation? Ndebele Radio under Apartheid, 1983–1994
vol. 64 (1): 59-80
Rural Reggae: The Politics of Performance in the Former ‘Homeland’ of Venda
vol. 64 (1): 81-95
Bophuthatswana and the North-West Province: From Pan-Tswanaism to Mineral-Based Ethnic Assertiveness
vol. 64 (1): 96-116
South Africa's Bantustans and the Dynamics of ‘Decolonisation’: Reflections on Writing Histories of the Homelands
vol. 64 (1): 117-137
Autobiography of an Underground Political Activist
vol. 64 (1): 138-143
KaNgwane: A Life in and Beyond
vol. 64 (1): 144-151
Bophuthatswana and the North-West Province: The Role of the Joint Administrators
vol. 64 (1): 152-157

Volume 63 (4)

‘Onschuldig vermaak’: The Dutch Reformed Church and Children's Leisure Time in the Nineteenth-Century Cape Colony
vol. 63 (4): 495-513
Worms, Frogs, Crabs, and the Eye of God: Mpondo and Hlubi Perceptions of White Malevolence and Surveillance
vol. 63 (4): 514-536
‘Stalag Happy’: South African Prisoners of War during World War Two (1939–1945) and their Experience and Use of Humour
vol. 63 (4): 537-552
‘Undesirable’ Indians, Residential Segregation and the Ill-Fated Rise of the White ‘Housing Covenanters’ in Bulawayo, Colonial Zimbabwe, 1930–1973
vol. 63 (4): 553-580
Thinking Ahead!
vol. 63 (4): 581-593
Imperial Discontents: A Review Essay
vol. 63 (4): 594-615
Migration and Empire
vol. 63 (4): 616-617
Marthinus Theunis Steyn: Regsman, Staatsman en Volksman
vol. 63 (4): 617-621
The South African Intelligence Services: From Apartheid to Democracy, 1948–2005
vol. 63 (4): 621-623
Popular Politics in the History of South Africa, 1400–1948
vol. 63 (4): 624-627

Volume 63 (1)

S.J.P. Kruger in the Dock, 1872
Bergh, Johan, vol. 63 (1): 1-19
Mutating Memories and the Making of a Myth: Remembering The SS Mendi Disaster, 1917-2007
Grundlingh, Albert, vol. 63 (1): 20-37
Non-urban Motoring in Colonial Africa in the 1920s and 1930s
Pirie, Gordon, vol. 63 (1): 38-60
Rooiberg: The Little Town that Lived
Godsell, Sarah, vol. 63 (1): 61-77
Armed and Trained: Nelson Mandela's 1962 Military Mission as Commander in Chief of Umkhonto we Sizwe and Provenance for his Buried Makarov Pistol
Benneyworth, Garth, vol. 63 (1): 78-101