Martin Plaut on the battle of statues in South Africa, and a necessary reconsideration of the relationship of Gandhi with African political leaders.
Tag: South Africa
John Marnell on MaThoko’s old post box, which played an important role as a key communication node for the nascent LGBT movement in South Africa during the 1980s and 1990s.
Martin Plaut on the newly-released documents at the National Archive at Kew that reveal that Mrs Thatcher did not waver in her opposition to South Africa’s white supremacist leader P.W Botha’s racial policies
Radical Objects: A menu of a meal at the House of Commons in London in 1909, hosted by the Labour Party leader James Keir Hardie, with Labour MPs and a South African deputation led by W. P. Schreiner
Keith Breckenridge on the relationship between the turmoil in the South African mining industry and the ongoing importance of structural poverty and inequalities of life in South Africa after the end of Apartheid
Saucepan used to cook food for imprisoned members of the African National Congress on trial in South Africa during the late 1950’s