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Can Africa come of age?

The sixteenth Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor C.W. de Kiewiet in which he discusses Africa and it's political situation as seen from the rest of the world.

Education for barbarism: Bantu (Apartheid) education in South Africa

The author, himself, one of the leaders in the unity movement and in the struggle for liberation, tries to focus attention on the education system in South Africa, specifically the Bantu education system. Page 4 blank from the original document.

The Government of divided communities

The fourteenth Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by David Thomas in which he describes the fears of the worlds population and the fact that there are different races in the world, and they all vary in their social and economic development.

The Ethics of apartheid

The thirteenth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by professor B.B.

Prejudice in modern perspective

The twelfth in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor Dordon W Allport and centres around the subject of prejudices be it a "love prejudice" or "hate prejudice", which can be prejudiced for or against an object. As defined from the writings of St.

A survey of race relations in South Africa: 1954-1955

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1954 and 1955 and includes chapters on: Policies and attitudes; The role of the SA Institute of Race Relations; Joint Councils and study circles; Constitution and powers of Parliament; Registration and control of the population; Matters affecting spec

Education and race relations in South Africa: the interaction of educational policies and race relations in South Africa

This is the eleventh address in Heornle Memorial Lecture series delivered by T.B. Davie, on the changing relations between the State and the schools and universities, with discussion on how politics,and racial and national policies have influenced higher education in South Africa.

A survey of race relations in South Africa: 1953-1954

Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1953 and 1954 and includes chapters on: Politics and attitudes; The plans and activities of non-European organizations and those working in collaboration with them; General work making for improved race relations; Events ouside the Union with bearing on

A survey of race relations in South Africa: 1951-1952

A survey of race relations in South Africa in 1952 and includes chapters on: The functioning of South Africa's sovereign Parliament; International affairs and events outside the Union; Rising tensions in South Africa and work to help resolve these; General South African affairs; Urban areas; Rura

"Are there South Africans?"

The twentieth Alfred and Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Sir Keith Hancock in which the title of his talk questions the integrative or disintegrative trend of politics including the elements of South African life.

Great power conspiracy

This book examines the relationship between super world powers such as Great Britain, United States of America, France and the Federal Republic of Germany and South Africa and their impact on economic and political development in southern Africa

Survey of race relations in South Africa: 1949-1950

A Survey of race relations in South Africa in 1949-1950 and includes chapters on: Rights and duties of liberals in South Africa; Institute activities and their background; Legislative measures; Policy; Government administrative matters affecting race relaions; Administration of justice; Health an

The awakening of a people

The author has endeavoured to enhance the awakenig of the people; of the oppressed, by evolving the All-African Convention with new ideas in light of approaching the struggle for liberation. The book analyses new concepts and methods of struggle; on the basis of the Ten-Point Programme.

The Higher education of Blacks in the United States

The twenty-fifth lecture in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Alan Pifer, and discusses the "experience of Black Americans with higher education, or, perhaps, the American experience with the higher education of Blacks".

Handbook of Black Organisations

Handbook containing extensive information about Black cultural,educational, political, professional, religious, self-help, student, welfare and youth organisations

Urban Africans and the Bantustans

This is the twenty-fourth in Hoernle Memorial Lectures delivered by Philip Mayer in which he discusses the social structures under which South Africans live in, specifically in the Eastern Cape in relation to those living in the Bantustans or homelands.

Legislation and race relations: a summary of the main South African laws which affect race relations

This book provides a summary of the main South African laws which affect race relations. Acts from 1909 to 1948 include among others those relating to political rights, Africans in the urban areas, the African Reserves, housing and immorality.

Freedom and state security in the South African plural society

This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages.

Freedom and state security in the South African plural society

This paper tries to iron out the concerns of the government and its citizens regarding security and freedom with respect to individual freedom, been expressed in legal constitutional language, in a plural society meaning a society with deep racial and cultural cleavages.

Some reflections of civilisation in Africa

The eighth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Herbert Frankel in which he reflects on civilisation and society in Africa and his belief is that, one of the marks of civilisation, is the ability of people in society to work together effectively; as social co-operation.

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