4 edition of Bophuthatswana politics and the economy found in the catalog.
Bophuthatswana politics and the economy
Jacqueline A. Kalley
|Statement||compiled by Jacqueline A. Kalley.|
|Series||Bibliographical series - South African Institute of International Affairs ;, no. 4, Bibliographical series (South African Institute of International Affairs) ;, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||Z7165.S6 K34, JQ1999.B63 K34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||79307722|
Filed under: Bophuthatswana (South Africa) -- Politics and government. The Black Homelands of South Africa: The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthtswana and Kwa-Zulu (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), by Jeffrey Butler, Robert I. Rotberg, and John Adams (HTML at UC Press). economic potentials, political leaderships, and relationships with other homelands. These and other issues are the subject of this book, the first comprehensive analysis of the homelands since Gwendolen Carter, Thomas Karis, and N. J. Stultz published their now classic South Africa's Transkei: The Politics of Domestic Colonialism (Evanston, ).
Bophuthatswana bōpo͞o´tätswän˝ə, former black homeland and nominal republic, c, sq mi (44, sq km), N South Africa. Bophuthatswana comprised seven separate areas, one along the Botswana border, the remainder enclaves within N and central South Africa. The capital was Mmabatho (see Mahikeng). Striving visibly for objectivity, this study considers the possible contributions of the homelands to the achievement of evolutionary change in South Africa, while at the same time thoroughly documenting the vast physical and political constraints on homelands development; in the conclusion, the determined balancing becomes a sometimes bewildering dialectic between future possibilities and.
Campaign. Two parties were formed prior to the elections; Tidimane Pilane established the Seoposengwe Party in July , whilst Mangope founded the Bophuthatswana National Party (BNP) in August. The Seoposengwe Party's manifesto accepted the concept of separate development, although "only for the implied promises of handing us both our homeland Forefathers' land and particularly for the. The Black Homelands of South Africa The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthatswana and KwaZulu by Jeffrey Butler, Robert I. Rotberg, and John Adams UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS Berkeley Los Angeles Oxford.
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Bophuthatswana (/ ˌ b oʊ p uː t ə t ˈ s w ɑː n ə /, meaning "gathering of the Tswana people"), officially the Republic of Bophuthatswana (Tswana: Riphaboliki ya Bophuthatswana; Afrikaans: Republiek van Bophuthatswana), was a Bantustan (also known as "Homeland"; an area set aside for members of a specific ethnicity) which was declared (nominally) independent by the apartheid regime of Capital: Mmabatho.
I bought The Black Homelands of South Africa: The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthatswana and KwaZulu by Jeffrey Butler, Robert I. Rotberg and John Adams when I was in Cape Town in I have long been interested in the homelands, or bantustan policy, and have already read books on Transkei, which I also bought when I was in Cape Cited by: The Black Homelands of South Africa: The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthatswana and Kwa-Zulu by Jeffrey Butler, Robert I.
Rotberg, John Adams Jeffrey ButlerPages: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Bophuthatswana (South Africa) -- Politics and government -- Bibliography.
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It will take at least 16 years for the A.N. The Bophuthatswana crisis was a major political crisis which began after Lucas Mangope, the president of Bophuthatswana, a South African bantustan created under Bophuthatswana politics and the economy book, attempted to crush widespread labour unrest and popular demonstrations demanding the incorporation of the territory into South Africa pending non-racial elections later that year.
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For anybody who wants to know what the homelands policy is all about, and how it works out in practice, this rightly wrin en volume can be highly recommended."--Cape Times "Many volumes on South Africa have appeared in recent years, but few have analyzed in detail the country's program for eventually creating.
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by Jeffrey Butler (Author), Robert I. Rotberg (Author), John Adams (Author) October ; First Edition; Paperback $, £; Series Perspectives on Southern Africa; Title Details.
Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN. "The authors, each a major scholar of the current South African scene, address their subject from an historical and legislative background, moving on the separate treatment of the two 'homelands' administration and politics; leadership (principally Lucas Mangope of Bophuthatswana and Gatsha Burhelezi of KwaZulu); income and public finance; and economic s: 1.
Bophuthatswana and beyond. The article seeks to examine the ways Mangope's support base changed over time, given that its position within the South African political context deter-mined to a large extent the way in which the 'reality' of Bophuthatswana was represented.
To illustrate this point, we will look back over several decades. The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthatswana and Kwa-Zulu (Perspectives on Southern Africa #21) By Jeffrey Butler, Robert I.
Rotberg, John Adams. University of California Press,pp. Publication Date: October 9, They hoped to prevent the homeland falling under the influence of the ANC or any of the political formations opposed to apartheid.
The army and police dealt with the intruders, leaving scores of people dead. References: South African History Online (). ‘Bophuthatswana’from South African History Online [online].
I bought The Black Homelands of South Africa: The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthatswana and KwaZulu by Jeffrey Butler, Robert I.
Rotberg and John Adams when I was in Cape Town in I have long been interested in the homelands, or bantustan policy, and have already read books on Transkei, which I also bought when I was in Cape.
T h e r e a r e, however, some economic relations between industrialized countries a n d t h e indepen dent h o m e l a n d s. Evaluation Bophuthatswana ConstitutionSAYIL, Vol. 3 () M.F. WITKIN, Transkei: An Analysis of the Practice of Recognition - Political or Legal?, Harvard ILJ, Vol.
18 () Interestingly, Mangope’s crackdown in Boputhatswana coincided with political space opening up in South Africa. As a greater degree of tolerance began emerging in South Africa, intolerance began taking hold in Bophuthatswana. From aboutfree political expression became a. Get this from a library.
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Skip to main content. Filed under: Bophuthatswana (South Africa) -- Economic conditions The Black Homelands of South Africa: The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthtswana and Kwa-Zulu (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), by Jeffrey Butler, Robert I.
Rotberg, and John Adams (HTML at UC Press). administration Affairs Afrikaans agricultural appointed areas Bill Black political development Bloemfontein Board Bophuthatswana Botswana Britain British Cabinet Cape Province Cape Town Cape Town cent Centre Ciskei Colony Coloured and Indian committee Consulate Consulate-General court Department division Durban Dutch economic election 4/5(1).Bophuthatswana had a surface area of approximately 40 km² and consisted of seven enclaves dispersed over the former South African provinces of Cape Province, Transvaal, and Orange Free capital, Mmabatho, was situated in an area bordering ing a local referendum on the issue, nearby Mafeking joined Bophuthatswana inthree years after Bophuthatswana .The Black Homelands of South Africa: The Political and Economic Development of Bophuthatswana and Kwa-Zulu (Perspectives on Southern Africa) by Rotberg, Robert I., Adams, John, Butler, Jeffrey and a great selection of related books, art .