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A cultural shopping spree for better future
A gentle people

The warm, uncommitted "Coloureds" of the Cape.

A tale of two cities and the story of a community

This article previously appeared in the magazine of the architectural faculty of the University of the Witwatersrand. The subject formed part of a small exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

Amancio Guedes: architect of Lourenco Marques

A look at the architecture of Amancio Guedes.

Architecture: colonial glory

A look at the architecture of the Cape Province, South Africa.

Beer, bricks and boots

Lagos and Accra boom into the independent sixties.

Cape Town I sing

Empirical Pan-Africanism at the Lagos summit.

Civic forum to back up democratic Durban
Dream money in Leo

Poem.

Editorial notes: Johannesburg celebrates the New Year
Giving SA`s cities a "human" face
Labadi: a Ghanian subculture

Labadi was formerly well-known as one of the important Ga towns which lie along the coast of what is now Ghana.

Open (and democratic) cities drive
Reservation of Separate Amenities Act, Act No 49 of 1953

The Act was to provide for the reservation of public premises and vehicles or portions thereof for the exclusive use of persons of a particular race or class, for the interpretation of laws which provide for such reservation, and for matters incidental thereto.

Riverlea extension - a ghetto in the "City of gold"
Shaping a new future in our cities
Their Jacaranda festival

Aims for South West Africa.

To town, to Eloff, to that exclusive White paradise

Circular urging the people of Johannesburg and surrounding areas to demonstrate against government oppression

Towns/Group Areas

Thousands of Coloureds, Blacks, and Indians were removed from areas classified for white occupation. The Group Areas Act and the Land Acts maintained residential segregation.

Towns/Group Areas

Thousands of Coloureds, Blacks, and Indians were removed from areas classified for white occupation. The Group Areas Act and the Land Acts maintained residential segregation.

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