Andile Mngxitama, Amanda Alexander, Nigel Gibson's Biko Lives!: Contesting the Legacies of Steve Biko PDF

By Andile Mngxitama, Amanda Alexander, Nigel Gibson

ISBN-10: 0230605192

ISBN-13: 9780230605190

ISBN-10: 0230613373

ISBN-13: 9780230613379

This assortment appears on the on-going importance of Black cognizance, situating it in a world body, studying the legacy of Steve Biko, the present nation of post-apartheid South African politics, and the tradition and background of the anti-apartheid hobbies.

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They are open to influences once they’re here, but a number of them still see their roots as being there. And there is a constant traveling between home and the work situation. It’s useful. INTERVIEW WITH STEVE BIKO 31 The whole operation of SASO in black-power type of politics, fists and slogans, you know, has incidentally caught up much, much more readily amongst workers—it’s interesting to see the NIC [Natal Indian Congress] operating and SASO, again, where BPC is only really in its rudimentary stages.

We have individual opinions, that may not be well formulated either. One doesn’t know or wouldn’t like to say anything about it. As you look at the economy of this country, what trends or factors in it to do you feel are working toward the fulfillment of the long term ends of blacks? One can only say this in comparison to something else. If you look at the system managed and run by Nationalists it’s preferable to the system as INTERVIEW WITH STEVE BIKO 41 managed and run by the United Party, and still more preferable to the system as managed and run by the Progressive Party.

You know, so many things that attach to [migrant laborers] because of this old axis between the rural and urban person. Although the rural community is a closed community, it includes him in the sense that he belongs to it. All of them are not completely urban in a sense. They are open to influences once they’re here, but a number of them still see their roots as being there. And there is a constant traveling between home and the work situation. It’s useful. INTERVIEW WITH STEVE BIKO 31 The whole operation of SASO in black-power type of politics, fists and slogans, you know, has incidentally caught up much, much more readily amongst workers—it’s interesting to see the NIC [Natal Indian Congress] operating and SASO, again, where BPC is only really in its rudimentary stages.

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