University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press (South Africa) is a long established press with a wide variety of publications. They publish books in the fields of History, Literary Criticism, and Poetry and Fiction. They have also branched out to cover Politics, Social Policy, and Economics with books that address contemporary issues which resonate globally.
Gender, Development and Politics in Colonial Lesotho
Exploring the historiography of the four decades prior to Lesotho's independence in 1966, this book highlights neglected Basotho women's voices, including those of nuns, politicians, chiefs, prostitutes, runaways and homemakers, thereby providing a challenge to the models of development, politics and...
Paper - 9780869809532 - $ 39.95
South African City in Transition
Durban is a remarkable place in which to test propositions about the significance of the city and the significance of change. New urban literature tends to divide very sharply between the problems faced by cities with major resources at...
Paper - 9781869140137 - $ 34.95
In this major work - which took eight years to complete - Professor Sampie Terreblanche, a well-known Afrikaner academic of the University of Stellenbosch, provides an analysis of economic relations in South Africa. First, the book analyzes the work of numerous historians on inequality and exploitation in...
Paper - 9781869140229 - $ 44.95
KwaZulu-Natal is culturally rich, offering a wide range of writers-writing mainly in English and Zulu-who are linked through their lives and their writing to this province of South Africa. The writers include, to name just a few, Alan Paton, Roy Campbell, Lewis Nkosi, Ronnie...
Paper - 9781869143572 - $ 31.95
In South Africa, the controversial topic of botched traditional circumcisions has been very much in the news of late. A Man Who Is Not A Man recounts the personal trauma of a young Xhosa initiate after a rite-of-passage circumcision has gone wrong. With frankness and courage, author...
Paper - 9781869141769 - $ 28.00
The Story of Gun Free South Africa
After successfully negotiating the political transition in South Africa, one of the greatest challenges that faced the new democracy was the proliferation of firearms and the high levels of violent crime associated with this. Gun deaths and injuries rocketed out of...
Paper - 9781869141356 - $ 38.95
Imperialism, Investment and Development
Dramatically escalating prices of raw materials - driven by rapid industrialization in China and other countries of the global South, as well as by looming world shortages - had, for the few years preceding the financial meltdown and global recession...
Paper - 9781869141714 - $ 49.00
COSATU and the Democratic Transformation in South Africa
The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) emerged from the anti-apartheid struggle as the largest and most powerful union federation in South Africa. Its member unions were spectacularly successful in organization building, and their power and influence was felt...
Paper - 9781869141875 - $ 49.95