South African literature is strangely lacking in works comprehensively handling
the African native as he actually lives and thinks , and this modest contribution is
only advanced as a pioneer effort in this region of inquiry . To write of the native ...
This may be to the temporary disadvantage of certain privileged groups — but
unless it is done soon , the ultimate and inevitable reorganization of the domestic
economy of South Africa on a sounder basis will be rendered more difficult and ...
Author: James Maddison Tinley
Category: Indigenous peoples
The problem of exploitation of native labor in South Africa is an outgrowth of the conscious policy of discrimination against natives that has been followed by successive governments and supported by the white labor unions. The whole development of South Africa is based on the existence of a large supply of cheap unskilled native labor, and it is an excellent example of the dislocations that occur when an economy of prices and wages is superimposed on a more primitive tribal economy. Originally published in 1942. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
Author: Foreign Policy AssociationPublish On: 1929
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C O N TE NTS Page Compromise Solution of Indian Labor Problems . ...
Subscription Rates: $6.00 The Race Problem in South Africa 3. VOL. IV—NO.
Author: Foreign Policy AssociationPublish On: 1928
13 AUGUST 31, 1928 C O N T ENTS Page Compromise Solution of Indian Labor Problems . ... JAMEs G. McDonALD, Subscription Rates: $5.00 The Race Problem in South Africa This report is based on material gathered by RAYMOND
POPULATION STRUCTURE One cannot appreciate South Africa's problems
without a clear understanding of its ... To place South Africa's native problem in its
proper perspective, one should imagine the United States with its present white ...
The chapters are : The New South Africa : Leaders ' Views in 1910 ; Party
Principles and Programes ; The Development of Constitutional Independence
and the Symbols of Nationhood ; the Indian Problems ; Cape Coloured
THE PROBLEM OF THE NATIVE IN SOUTH AERICA. By G. HEATON NICHOLLS
, M.P., a Member of the Native Affairs Commission. THE Union of the four South African States was the consummation of a three hundred years old effort to ...
The native problems have received a full share of attention , and , if Bluebooks —
the raw material of legislation - count for anything , a safer and happier era is in
view . The monumental “ Report of the South African Native Affairs Commission ...
second major political problem of South Africa after 1910. The foremost political problem of the Union became increasingly the “ Native Problem ” . With the
exception of the two World Wars – during which the differing loyalties of those of
9 ° The truth is that the native problem in South Africa is not so much a problem of
the black man as a problem of the white man . It is time to talk of the European ,
not the native , problem in South Africa . How is the small white community to ...
The Attitude of White South Africa The general attitude of the people of South Africa towards this gigantic problem has been one of indifference . It is only when
the farmer feels the scarcity of labour or the city working man finds the Native ...
Instead I am passing on to you the incidents , told to me as true fact , that color the
ideas of the South Africans . It is from such incidents that consciously or
unconsciously people form ideas - good and bad - about handling the Native problem .
Indeed it is obvious that not only the British and Dutch inhabitants of South Africa
, but also all responsible politicians and ... that complete solutions of the three South African problems of primary importance the settlement of the native
This great problem in South African affairs is the correlation of the interests of the natives - - a race , virile , endowed with considerable intellectual powers , more
than three times as numerous as , and increasing faster than , the white ...
Racial Segregation and South African Liberalism 1921 - 60 ( Manchester and
Johannesburg , 1984 ) ; J W Cell , The ... See J H Pim , " The Native Problem in South Africa " ( 1905 ) , in Pim papers , A881 Hb 8 , 16 , Department of Historical
He began his review of it , however , by commenting about the gravity of the “ Native Problem ” in South Africa , particularly in the wake of recent incidents
which smacked of a severe racial bias in the country ' s judicial system . “ If we
are to ...
Addressing the 1905 Economic Science Section of the British Association in
Johannesburg , Pim read a lengthy report called " The Native Problem in South Africa . " Africans must be educated , he stressed , in literacy and industrial skills ,
Author: Betty K. Tonsing
Category: Social Science
This is an account of the Quakers and their activities in South Africa up through the 20th century. After an overview of early Quaker history in South Africa, it examines their responses to segregation, apartheid, the defiance and resistance campaigns, and their position on sanctions and reconciliation.