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Hill of thorns : custom, knowledge and the reclaiming of a lost land in the new South Africa

By Deborah James
Topics: JZ International relations, GN Anthropology
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing for the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
Year: 2000
DOI identifier: 10.1111/1467-7660.00170
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    1. Can also be rendered as sechaba, and also translated as nation or tribe.
    2. Copy of “TheConstitution of Doornkop 42” dated Nov.26 th 1933, in file on Doornkop kept by Kalushi William Kalushi.
    3. (1997). Debeile, discussion with
    4. (1997). Debeile, discussion with DJ and HN,
    5. (1997). discussion with DJ,
    6. (1997). Eva Mankge and Makgwane Maseje, discussion with DJ,
    7. (1996). for a discussion of way in which land reform processes in South Africa, apparently driven by the imperative of helping the rural poor, have often excluded them in practice. See also Bernstein
    8. (2000). In addition to TRAC in the Transvaal there were AFRA (Association for Rural Advancement) in Natal; ANCRA (Association for Northern Cape Rural Advancement) in Northern Cape; SCLC (Southern Cape Land Committee) in Southern Cape;
    9. (1997). Kalushi, discussion with DJ,
    10. (1994). Knowledge, power, and agriculture - towards a theoretical understanding" in I. Scoones doi
    11. (1992). Letter from Rev Othniel Phasha, 13 th
    12. Ngcobo (nee Kgoro), discussion with DJ,
    13. (1997). Ngcobo, discussion with DJ,
    14. (1997). Othniel Phasha, discussion with DJ,
    15. recorded discussion with Deborah James
    16. (1996). South Africa's Agrarian Question: extreme and exceptional?" in The agrarian question in South Africa, special issue of The Journal of Peasant Studies 23(2/3) Brown, Marj et al 1998 Land restitution in South Africa: a long way home, doi
    17. (1992). The committee, according to one view, had by this time become "weak" and had hence failed to take action to prevent the influx of tenants into Doornkop. Doornkop workshop: information for submission,
    18. (1999). This farm is not the only Doornkop to have been confiscated during the apartheid regime and restituted in the new South Africa. Doornkop near Ventersdorp in the Transvaal was restored to its former owners in 1995. See report by Evidence wa ka Ngobeni

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