Volume 6The Road to Democracy in South Africa, Volume 6 Part 1

Contents
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Preface
Foreword
Notes on Contributors
Sponsorship and donations
List of acronyms

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Part 1

Chapter 1

The dismantling of the garrison sate.

Chapter 2

The National Party and the changing of the minds: 1970's and 1980's
By Max Du Preez

Chapter 3

Violence in Natal and Zululand: The 1980s
By Mary de Haas

Chapter 4

The re-establishment of the ANC inside the country,
1990-1994
By Gregory Houston

Chapter 5

The African National Congress in Natal, 1990 - 1995
By Jabulani Sithole

Chapter 6

The ANC and the politics of the Free State, 1990-1994
By Pat Gibbs

Chapter 7

Political identity and democracy formation in the Eastern Cape, 1990 - 1994
By Pat Gibbs

Chapter 8

The ANC and organisation building in the Northern Cape, 1990-1994
By Chitja Twala

Chapter 9

The re-incorporation of Transkei into South Africa, 1987-1994: Turning against the master?
By Lungisile Ntsebeza

Chapter 10

Political transformations in the bantustans of Lebowa and KwaNdebele, 1990-1994
By Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi

Chapter 11

Bophuthatswana and the transition into the North-West province: The 1990s
By Andrew Manson and Bernard Mbenga

Chapter 12

Survival politics by the Qwaqwa homeland government: Resistance and collaboration, 1990-1994
By Chitja Twala

Chapter 13

The ANC's Radio Freedom, its audiences and the struggle against apartheid, 1963-1994
By Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi

Chapter 14

The End Conscription Campaign and the Committee on South African War Resistance: Supporting war resistance in the South African struggle
By Janet Cherry

Chapter 15

The struggle for non-racial sport in South Africa
By Makhenkesi Stofile

Chapter 16

The return of the ANC 'exiles' and other challenges in the early 1990s
By Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

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Part 2

Chapter 17

The ANC, CODESA, substantive negotiations and the road to the first democratic elections
By Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

Chapter 18

The National Party and negotiations: 1990-1994
By Max Du Preez

Chapter 19

The Inkatha Freedom Party and the multiparty negotiations
By Jabulani Sithole

Chapter 20

Violence in Natal and Zululand: The 1990s
By Mary de Haas

Chapter 21

Political violence in the PWV region, 1990-1994
By Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi and Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

Chapter 22

A party of the new type: The South african Communist Party in the early 1990s
By Eddy Maloka

Chapter 23

Internal political and administrative re-organisation of the PAC and negotiations in the 1990s
By Thami Ka Plaatjie

Chapter 24

The Black Consciousness Movement in the early 1990s: Perspectives on negotiations
By Brown Bavusile Maaba

Chapter 25

Woman and the struggle for gender inclusivity during the transition, 1990-1994
By Zine Magubane

Chapter 26

Black student politics in South Africa, 1990-1996
By Tshepo Moloi

Chapter 27

From integration to constructive engagement: The South African Council of Churches during the transition to freedom
By Siphamandla Zondi and Bongane Mkhize

Chapter 28

Liberal influences on the transition, 1990-1994
By Chris Saunders and William Attwell

Chapter 29

The arts in the aftermath of democracy: Old bottles, new wine, and the discontents of the 'nation'
By Brown Bavusile Maaba

Chapter 30

The politics of visual arts in the early 1990s
By Brown Bavusile Maaba

Chapter 31

CODESA at the centre of a complex moral question: Traditional leadership in negotiated political settlement
By Mpilo Pearl Sithole and Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu

Chapter 32

The beginning of the end; the garrison state is finally dismantled
By Bernard Magubane

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