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Articles written by Dr. Tshepo Mvulane Moloi

Noni Jabavu Exhibition Goes Virtual

In Noni Jabavu’s case, the reasons for her marginalization especially in the context of South Africa, remains her imposed classification as part of the ‘black’ race and her gender. Others may problematically add her middle ‘class’ status, almost as similarly criticized with other ‘black’ female South African authors, such as in the case of her contemporary Mrs.

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Founding Origins of South Africa

For starters ‘South Africa’s history, precedes the fifteenth century. Details of the latter will be herein omitted because their superfluous for this paper’s core interest, of founding incidents that led to origins of ‘South Africa’. Conflicts birthed ‘South Africa’, dating back (as paraphrased from South Africa’s then deputy President Thabo Mbeki’s ode, to his predecessor) to the “first moment of black anti-colonial struggle” (Johnson, 2009:123) in the Battle of Salt River on 1st March 1510 .

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Es’kia Mphahlele & Decolonisation of International Relations

Although this thesis may be read autonomously, prospective readers are however advised, that in order to fully appreciate its contents, they have to contextualize this thesis, as a sequel to its predecessor, in the form of my masters (MA) dissertation, which was entitled Africa’s Contribution to International Relations Theory: An Afrocentric Philosophical Enquiry (2012).

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