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Inkatha, the South African liberation movement

Inkatha, the South African liberation movement

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Published by Information Centre on South Africa in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buthelezi, Gatsha.,
  • Inkatha (Organization : South Africa),
  • Civil rights movements -- South Africa,
  • South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1978-1989.

  • Edition Notes

    On cover: Inkatha and the struggle for liberation in South Africa.

    Other titlesInkatha and the struggle for liberation in South Africa
    Statementeditors, Suzanne Griffin, Reina R. Steenwijk.
    ContributionsGriffin, Suzanne M., 1945-, Steenwijk, Reina R., Information Centre on South Africa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT779.952 I6 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17848169M

      Inkatha is almost percent Zulu and resembles a cultural populist movement as much as a revolutionary one, proposing a country federated along tribal lines rather than a racially mixed one. In light of the recent violence in South Africa between the Zulus and ANC, no academic library with Africana collections would be complete without this Format: Hardcover. Professor Muxe Nkondo, who drafted the South African Framework of the Liberation Heritage Route, said the route was just a small part of the African Renaissance. He told the audience that this heritage project was one small step in improving awareness of Africa’s rich history.

      Inkatha and the ANC’s leadership-in-exile met in London in October to discuss these ideological differences. Mr Tambo, whom I still regarded as my leader, invited me to London with a delegation of the Inkatha National Cultural Liberation Movement. Tambo was accompanied by a delegation of the ANC. It is a familiar tale in Southern Africa: The revered liberation-movement-turned-ruling-party, led by struggle-heroes of decades past, is facing increasing criticism and challenges over enduring.

    transition. Similarly, with the South African state moving towards non-racial democracy and with the ANC moving from exiled liberation movement to internal political party, I would argue that we in South Africa are in the midst of just such a historic moment: women, . As Mar6 and Hamilton show, Buthelezi and Inkatha claim massive popular support among black South Africans, claim in fact to be the preeminent liberation movement.2 They say they are the true bearers of the African National Congress (ANC) tradition, and that the ANC â Mission-inExileâ (the ANC to the rest of the world) is an apostate rump.


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It was only in the ?s that membership was extended to all Black South Africans, including men, women and youth. When membership was extended, branches opened in KwaZulu, Natal, the Transvaal, the Orange Free State and the Western Cape.

Soon the Inkatha Cultural Liberation Movement had between and members. The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) is a political party in South Africa. The party has been led by Velenkosini Hlabisa since the party's National General Conference. Mangosuthu Buthelezi founded the party in and led it until The IFP is currently the fourth largest party in Inkatha National Assembly of South Africa and yielding third place to the newly formed Economic Freedom ent: Velenkosini Hlabisa.

the Dialogue, entitled ‘From Liberation Movement to Government: Past legacies and the challenge of transition in Africa’ took place in the year South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) marked its th anniversary.

The struggle waged by the ANC against the apartheid regime during the secondFile Size: 1MB. With the fall of the South African apartheid regime, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) identified the need to record the experiences of the liberation struggles in Southern Africa, from until that final liberation in   Thus Inkatha rejected an armed struggle and people’s war, and I sounded a clarion call for non-violence, echoing the values of the founding fathers of our liberation movement.

Byit was clear to the ANC that they would need to bring Inkatha on board with the strategy of violence, or find some way to discredit, silence or nullify.

This study of contemporary South Africa focuses thematically on the major political contestants, interest-groups and power-brokers in that country. The book attempts to provide an introduction to aspects of contemporary South African politics and an insight into its many forms of resistance.

The interviews in this book were conducted for the Nordic Africa Institute’s research project ‘National Liberation in Southern Africa—The role of the Nordic countries’.

Around 80 representatives of the Southern African liberation movements, as well as Swedish and other opinion makers, administrators and politicians, reflect on the Nordic support to these struggles. Not only does Africa remain largely absent from social science research using social movement perspective [but] social movement theory largely focuses on social movements in Europe, North and South America and tends to neglect the African continent, with the exception of South Africa.

Southern Africa - Southern Africa - Independence and decolonization in Southern Africa: After the war the imperial powers were under strong international pressure to decolonize. In Southern Africa, however, the transfer of power to an African majority was greatly complicated by the presence of entrenched white settlers.

After an initial phase from to aboutin which white power. This paper suggests that the post-war network of southern African liberation movements and solidarity movements could be seen as transnational ‘movement of movements’.

In my book Anti-Apartheid and the Emergence of a Global Civil So-ciety (Thörn /), I. Thus Inkatha rejected an armed struggle and people's war, and I sounded a clarion call for non-violence, echoing the values of the founding fathers of our liberation movement.

Byit was clear to the ANC that they would need to bring Inkatha on board with the strategy of violence, or find some way to discredit, silence or nullify our. Get this from a library. Usuthu. cry peace!: the black liberation movement Inkatha and the fight for a just South Africa.

[Wessel De Kock] -- This book gives an insight into the civil war now raging in South Africa for the soul of its black people. On the outcome depends the fate not only of that torn and divided land, but of the entire. ‘The imperial tie: obstacle or asset for South Africa's women suffragists before ', South African Historical Journal, 47 (), Krikler, J.

‘Women, violence and the Rand Revolt of ', Journal of Southern African Studies, 22, 3, But most of the people killed were Black South Africans; while the Blacks most vulnerable to attack were those who supported the ANC’s Black rivals in the Black Consciousness (BC) movement or “Inkatha” (IFP).

By the time the People’s War began, Inkatha’s claimed membership had risen to. It really is a tough time being a liberation party of government in southern Africa at present.

The African National Congress (ANC) has just lost control of major cities in South Africa in the. Pages in category "National liberation movements in Africa" The following 62 pages are in this category, out of 62 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). This weekend the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) will hold an historic annual general conference. To appreciate the significance of this forum, one has to understand where Inkatha comes from and what.

For more details on the anti-apartheid movement’s strategies and tactics, see Smuts and Westcott (). The UDF was a loose coalition of trade unions, church and youth groups, cultural organizations and civil society organizations created in part due to the government’s banning of the ANC and other hardline repressive measures (See A Diplomat’s Handbook).

IFP Inkatha Freedom Party IIE Institute of Industrial Education SASM South African Students [ Movement SASO South African Students Organisation SAYCO South African Youth Congress The LHR is intended to consist of a series of sites that express the key aspects of the South African liberation experience.

These sites are linked together by. What went wrong with African liberation. Or was the situation more akin to the one described by South Africa's Nelson Mandela following his country's triumph over apartheid: "The truth is that. The New African Movement: The Early Years. by. Ntongela Masilela. The New African Movement was constituted by the historical intervention of New African intelligentsia through political, cultural and intellectual praxis in the construction of African modernity in South Africa.

Utilizing the historical.The formation of the United Democratic Front (UDF) in August introduced a new challenge to white minority rule after the banning of the South African black opposition - the African National Congress (ANC) and the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) - in and the repression of the African trade unions.xxiii, pages ; 23 cm Includes bibliographical references Foreword / Lord Bullock -- South Africa since an historical perspective / Shula Marks and Stanley Trapido -- The outlawed South African liberation movements / Howard Barrell -- "The soldiers of Luthuli": youth in the politics of resistance in South Africa / Shaun Johnson -- The trade union movement in the politics of.