4 edition of Conflict and violence in Natal/KwaZulu found in the catalog.
|Statement||A. de V. Minnaar ; with contributions by P. Maylan [sic] ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||HN801.K82 M56 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||00502671|
Women of Glebelands hostel devastated by violence Part one of a series on political violence and the frustrated search for justice in KwaZulu-Natal . At the same time, colonial archives reveal that many African and Indian people challenged such civilizational claims. Ultimately Tallie argues that the violent collisions between Africans, Indians, and Europeans in Natal shaped the conceptions of race and gender that bolstered each group’s claim to .
For all the wrong reasons, KwaZulu-Natal is once again making national headlines. The spate of killings in the run-up to the local government elections has continued and the Moerane. Politically related violence would remain a factor in KwaZulu-Natal as long as authorities saw it fit to deal with the problem by merely deploying police to certain areas or hot spots.
REPORTING VIOLENT CONFLICT IN KWAZULU-NATAL: AN ASSESSMENT OF SELECTED SOURCES FOR CONFLICT RESEARCH Antoinette louw University of Natal The main aim of this study was to investigate which factors are likely to affect the probability that events of violent collective action are reported by the press in KwaZulu-Natal. In kwazulu-natal (kzn), the province dubbed the ‘killing fields’ in the early s, all post elections have been marked by intimidation and violence. In the past decade intra-party conflict, especially over the nomination of local government ward candidates, has increased. In the conflict Cited by: 1.
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Paperback This book examines local-level politics and violent conflict in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is estimated that ab people were murdered in the course of violence and Conflict and violence in Natal/KwaZulu book thanpeople became refugees since the : Mario Krämer.
Violence in KwaZulu-Natal In the decade from tothousands of people died during violence in the Midlands region of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN). Thousands more were injured, rendered homeless or became refugees.
Conflict and Violence in Natal/KwaZulu: Historical Perspectives. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council, Minnaar, Anthony. "Patterns of Violence: An Overview of Conflict in Natal During the s and s" in Anthony Minnaar (ed.).
Patterns of Violence: Case Studies of Conflict in Natal. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council, It employs a strictly empirical analysis of forms of violence in KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) to show how certain manifestations of violence persist long after armed conflict is over.
The study concludes that, instead of being treated as an inevitable consequence of apartheid history and enduring socioeconomic ills, violence needs to be an immediate focus of post-conflict development by: 5.
This article argues that the divide between 'violence' and 'crime' is of conceptual rather than empirical nature. It employs a strictly empirical analysis of forms of violence in KwaZulu-Natal Author: Maria Schuld.
2 | X e n o w a t c h –M a r c h Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: An Overview i Introduction Xenophobic violence has become a perennial feature in post-Apartheid South Indeed, sincetens of thousands of people have been harassed, attacked, or killed because of their status as outsiders orFile Size: KB.
Preventing Sexual Violence in KwaZulu-Natal 7 I hear people say these men belong to the lost generation. And so I ask, ‘Where is the search party?’ Eric Miyeni Introduction The problem of violence is rooted in the history of the formation of South African society.
At its. Conflict has chiefly occurred in the Edendale valley west of the city, and in the adjoining rural area of Vulindlela, a part of KwaZulu which stretches far to the west and north of Edendale.
With the exception of a brief period at the end ofthis vast region has always been an Inkatha stronghold. Durban - VIOLENCE against women and children garnered much attention in South Africa and the province last year and with this in mind the Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal.
In contrast to the political violence that pushed KwaZulu-Natal to the precipice of civil war in the s, De Haas points out that more recent permutations have been overwhelmingly characterised by intra-ANC conflict, born of contestation for coveted political positions and lucrative government contracts.
There is, then, significant conflict between the central and provincial government over who will control the way KwaZulu-Natal is policed. 24 This conflict is one in which the real loser is neither one side nor the other, but justice itself. As the political divide underlying violence on the ground is replicated in the very system which is called upon to address it, focus falls on securing the greatest protection and.
The ANC's perspective, in brief summary, is that political violence in KwaZulu/Natal was perpetrated primarily by the IFP (and its predecessor, Inkatha).
Violence stemmed from the collaboration of Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the IFP president, with the (former) South African government. Ulundi, site of KwaZulu's capital, is the Zulu Kosovo: on the fourth of July,a force of 4, British troops and 1, African allies defea Zulus. The British side suffered only.
This article analyses the narratives of survivors of violence in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and addresses the relationship between local violence, politics and agency in a post-conflict setting. In particular, the study advances an understanding of how local political violence serves to increase or decrease by: 4.
“Political violence” is seemingly on the rise again in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The violence that began in the s and reached a peak in the transition period resurfaced before the local government elections in August KZN MEC for Education, Mthandeni Dlungwane, revealed that his department is looking at ways of curbing violence in schools.
Dlungwane said while there were some schools in the province with. Violence and Reconciliation and conducted in KwaZulu-Natal over The Violence and Transition Series is a product of an extensive research project conducted by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) into the nature and extent of violence during South Africa’s transition from apartheid rule to democracy.
The violent establishment of no-go areas during political conflict in KwaZulu and Natal South Africa’s transition to democracy was marked by high levels of violence, peaking in the years after Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in Get this from a library.
Conflict and violence in Natal/KwaZulu: historical perspectives. [A de V Minnaar; Paul Maylam]. The violence that enveloped the three neighbouring villages in KwaZulu‐Natal Province of South Africa left homesteads destroyed, hundreds dead and thousands scarred – before it ended at the dawn of t Author: Radikobo Ntsimane.
Election Observation - Combatting Conflict and Violence in KwaZulu-Natal By Paul Kariuki, Democracy Development Programme (DDP) | 18 July With a history of deep political conflict and high levels of violence in South Africa in general, the KZN Province has been particularly prone to high levels of political intolerance and violence.Veteran KwaZulu-Natal violence monitor Mary de Haas has suggested: “ Intra-ANC conflict lies at the heart of the carnage in the Glebelands Hostel which has claimed 55 lives in less than two.Indigenous approaches to maize production: Case of Msinga villages in KwaZulu-Natal Province (East African Journal of Science and Technology) Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages Joseph Rudigi Rukema and Sultan Khan, Chronicling the Effects of the Xenophobic Attacks amongst a Select Group of Congolese and Burundian Women in the City.