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University-Based Music Training and Current South African Musical Praxis: Notes and Tones

Published: May 7th, 2016

by Madimabe Geoff Mapaya Abstract Music pedagogy places a premium on written notation, sometimes to the detriment of orality. This, in the main, explains the disjuncture between South African university-based music… Read More

University-Based Music Training and Current South African Musical Praxis: Notes and Tones

Published: May 7th, 2016

by Madimabe Geoff Mapaya Abstract Music pedagogy places a premium on written notation, sometimes to the detriment of orality. This, in the main, explains the disjuncture between South African university-based music… Read More

To Cut and Run: Donor Approaches to Male Circumcision in Southern Africa

Published: Oct 14th, 2015

by Krista Johnson Abstract Male circumcision is being heralded in the scientific and policy communities as a highly effective intervention that could significantly reduce the number of people being infected with… Read More

Financial Performance of Local Government in Limpopo Province, 2010-2012

Published: Jan 16th, 2015

by Majuta Judas Mamogale Abstract Governance problems mar local government in South Africa’s Limpopo Province, especially in relation to financial management. The province received the highest rate of unsatisfactory audit outcomes between… Read More

Improving the Contribution of Cooperatives as Vehicles for Local Economic Development in South Africa

Published: Sep 4th, 2014

by Prudence Khumalo Abstract There has been a growing realization over the years of the importance of cooperatives as vital instruments for socio-economic development across the globe. The article seeks to… Read More

Employment Relationships and Organizing Strategies in the Informal Construction Sector

Published: Apr 3rd, 2014

by Jill Wells and Arthur Jason Abstract The expansion of self-employment, casual labor and outsourcing in the construction sector around the world and the growing involvement of intermediaries has led to an… Read More

Informalization from Above, Informalization from Below: The Options for Organization

Published: Apr 3rd, 2014

by Jan Theron Abstract The paper examines different strategies for the collective organization of informal workers, on the basis of a number of empirical illustrations from South Africa. It argues… Read More

Informality and Casualization as Challenges to South Africa’s Industrial Unionism: Manufacturing Workers in the East Rand/Ekurhuleni Region in the 1990s

Published: Apr 3rd, 2014

by Franco Barchiesi Abstract The paper addresses informalization processes driven by layoffs, casualization, and outsourcing and their implications for workers’ agency. The empirical focus is on the metal engineering, glass, and… Read More

Letter to the Editor

Published: Mar 27th, 2014

Response to The Making of Contemporary Africa: The Development of African Society Since 1800. 2nd ed. Bill Freund. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., Boulder, 1998. Original Book Review by William H.… Read More

African Cinema in the Nineties

Published: Mar 25th, 2014

by Mbye Cham Introduction For African cinema, the final decade of this century has been a mixed bag of promises, hopes, achievements, and continued struggle and frustration with the same… Read More