195pp., paperback, First SA Edition, Cape Town, 2019
Originally published in the UK in 2019.
Morgan Ndlovu analyses performances of indigeneity and staged representations of commodified culture in South Africa. While he recognises the efforts of colonised subjects and the conditions under which they survive, he cautions against playing roles that sustain the power structure of coloniality.
Morgan Ndlovu is Associate Professor of Development Studies at the University of South Africa and a founding member of the Africa Decolonial Research Network.