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Nathaniel Nakasa, the journalist as autobiographer : a crisis of identity.
Nathaniel Ndazana Nakasa [1937 - 1965] was a South African journalist who reported for llanga Lase [Natal] in 1956 and 1957, for Drum magazine from 1958 to 1964 and wrote a column for the Saturday edition of the Rand Daily ...
Portrayal of Indian culture in the electronic media : a case study of Impressions.
The idea the South African Indian community as a homogenous has derived from the apartheid ideology of separate development. From the time of their arrival in 1980, indentured labourer has endured a series of processes ...
The politics of identity self, community and nation : autobiographies by three South Africans.
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Self, life and writing in selected South African autobiographical texts.
Autobiographical writing acquired increasing importance during the apartheid period, with greater numbers of autobiographical texts being published by a more representative range of South Africans across race, class and ...
Theatre for young audiences and the Commedia dell'arte : the living tradition of the Commedia dell'arte in theatre for young audiences, with specific reference to selected original texts and performances.
The thesis affirms the relevance of "Theatre for Young Audiences" as a valid and distinctive genre; a performance genre that should entertain, educate and provide meaning in terms of its creative interaction with personal, ...
An analysis of racial stereotyping in SABC-TV commercials in the context of reform, 1978-1992.
This thesis uses racial stereotyping as a critical approach to the analysis of television advertising commercials broadcast by the SABC during the period of Reform in South Africa, 1978-1992. Due respect is given to ...
The playwright-performer as scourge and benefactor : an examination of political satire and lampoon in South African theatre, with particular reference to Pieter-Dirk Uys.
During the 1970s the plays of Pieter-Dirk Uys became causes celebres. In the 1980s he was, commercially and artistically, arguably the most successful South African satirist. By 1990 he had gained recognition in the ...
Theorizing discourses of Zimbabwe, 1860-1900 : a Foucauldian analysis of colonial narratives.
This study seeks to understand colonial narratives of Zimbabwe 1860-1900 as a locus of transgression and opposition. I investigate the range and complexity of discourses within the imperial project open to both European male ...
Joseph Conrad's Victory : a case study of the primary text, selected critical commentary, Natal Senior Certificate English first language examination questions and a selection of candidates' examination responses in 1990, with suggested developments in pedagogical practice.
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South African history painting : reinterpretation by women artists.
The title of this thesis 'South African History Painting : Reinterpretation By Women Artists' indicated that the focus was to be on South African history painting. As the research progressed, however, it became apparent ...