Volume 85, 2014

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors

pp. i-ii
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Articles

The transformation of the South African credit market

pp. 1-20
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Nation-Building, Africanism and the 2010 Fifa World Cup: what did they do for social cohesion in post-apartheid South Africa

pp. 21-42
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A reactive approach to technological changes: Solidarity’s responses at the ArcelorMittal Vanderbijlpark Plant, 1989 to 2012

pp. 43-63
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Inaugural Lecture

Humanism, creativity and rights: invoking Henri Lefebvre’s right to the city in the tension presented by informal settlements in South Africa today

pp. 64-89
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Commentary

Africans in KwaZulu-Natal: Let’s cease to feast on the old carcass of scapegoating

pp. 90-97
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Review Article

Imagining the Cape Colony: history, literature and the South African Nation by David Johnson (review)

pp. 98-104
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Reviews

A School of Struggle: Durban’s Medical School and the education of black doctors in South Africa by Vanessa Noble (review)

pp. 105-109
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Melancholia of Freedom: social life in an Indian township in South Africa by Thomas Blom Hansen, and: Chatsworth: the making of a South African township eds. by Ashwin Desai and Goolam Vahed (review)

pp. 110-117
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The New Radicals: a generational memoir of the 1970s by Glenn Moss (review)

pp. 118-122
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The Hidden History of South Africa’s Book and Reading Cultures by Archie L Dick (review)

pp. 123-126
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Cape Town after Apartheid: crime and governance in the divided city by Tony Roshan Samara (review)

pp. 127-132
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Marxisms in the 21st Century: critique, crisis and struggles eds. by Michelle Williams and Vishwas Satgar (review)

pp. 133-136
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The Politics of Necessity: community organizing and democracy in South Africa by Elke Zuern (review)

pp. 137-140
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South Africa’s Suspended Revolution: hopes and prospects by Adam Habib (review)

pp. 141-145
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Choosing to be Free: the life story of Rick Turner by Billy Keniston (review)

pp. 146-152
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