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  1. Eroding the Past: A Study of the Approaches of Courts Towards Oral and Expert Testimony in the Salem Commonage Land Claim.Jako Bezuidenhout - 2022 - Kronos 48 (1):1-22.
    Since the Restitution of Land Rights Act 22 of 1994 came into operation, courts have come to attach considerable significance to historian expert testimony when ruling on land claims that made it to court. Therefore, a universal approach had to be adopted. Over the years the Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court have developed tried and tested methodologies to aid the courts in determining the weight and admissibility of a witness' testimony. In the Salem Commonage case, both the Land (...)
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  2. Practices of Decoloniality: Between Love and Anger.Laura Burocco - 2022 - Kronos 48 (1):1-8.
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  3. Fighting in the Shadow of an Apartheid State: Boxing and Colonialism in Zimbabwe.Abraham Seda - 2022 - Kronos 48 (1):1-16.
    Boxing was arguably the most popular and controversial sport in colonial Zimbabwe. To tame the sport's violence, which was considered too extreme, colonial officials in Zimbabwe sought guidance and advice from South Africa from the mid-1930s on how best to regulate the sport. South Africa occupied a unique position in this regard, not only because of the relationship it had with colonial Zimbabwe as a neighbouring white settler colony, but also because of how sections of its white settler community responded (...)
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  4. iMpuma-Koloni / Eastern Cape, Part 2.Ross Truscott, Helena Pohlandt-Mccormick & Gary Minkley - 2022 - Kronos 48 (1):1-23.
    This paper is not about work or labour itself, and how it changes historically in South Africa, but about how the meaning of 'work' and 'labour' itself changes. What we want to suggest, is that an 'original' meaning of the tasks/duties associated with 'work' was 'woman': ukusebenza. What men did, does not constitute 'work' but something else entirely: raiding, moving, occasional, going etc.: ukuphangela. It is in the latter term, ukuphangela, that the term 'raid' emerges, and the argument draws on (...)
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  5. Between Problem and Critique: Whither the Postcolonial?Maurits Van Bever Donker - 2022 - Kronos 48 (1):1-10.
    This essay seeks to set to work on the question of race and the futures of the postcolonial in post-apartheid South Africa through abiding by the site of the indeterminacy between problem and critique. Arguing that reading, in the robust sense offered by Gayatri Spivak and Stuart Hall, is a necessary and urgent response to the question, the paper examines the interventions of three key figures for thinking radical black thought in our time, namely Achille Mbembe's Critique of Black Reason, (...)
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